On a Spring 2013 AFPC-sponsored delegation to China, former Under Secretary Paula Dobriansky and the AFPC delegates meet with Mr. Zhang Zhijun, Minister of the Taiwan Affairs Office.
AFPC delegation leader Gov. Tom Ridge and members pose with Ivan Grachev, Chairman of the Committee on Energy of the Russian State Duma
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Senator Jon Kyl (R-AZ) and AFPC Research Fellow and Program Officer Rich Harrison address attendees at the December 2012 AFPC Missile Defense Conference on Capitol Hill
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AFPC Senior Fellow E. Wayne Merry (right) with a representative of the Armenian Ministry of Defense visiting an army unit near the border with Azerbaijan at a location where two Armenian servicemen were killed by snipers in June 2012.
Congressman Michael McCaul (R-TX), co-chairman and co-founder of the Congressional Cybersecurity Caucus, speaks at the 2012 AFPC Cyber Security Conference
Trouble on the Chinese Seas
By Ilan Berman
U.S. News & World Report
June 19, 2013
Media coverage of the June 7-8 "shirt sleeves" summit between President Obama and new Chinese president Xi Jinping in Rancho Mirage, California has largely focused on the two issues that dominated the official agenda. The first was China's extensive intellectual property theft and hacking activities in cyberspace. The second was the threat posed by the regime of reckless "young leader" Kim Jong Un in North Korea.
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