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The Endowment for Middle East Truth

China’s global goals and alliances threaten the world. Here is why

An EMET webinar with David P. Goldman.

As China’s global ambitions – militarily, technologically, and economically – remain unanswered by the U.S., the world’s only superpower with the capability and wherewithal to meet global challenges, threats to our standing and the security of our allies around the world are growing at a frightening pace.

As the U.S. withdraws on the world stage and realigns its interests both domestically and internationally, China’s rise may reach the point of no return. David P. Goldman joins EMET to discuss these critically important issues and what, if anything, we can do to stop China’s march to develop a new pax Sinica in the Middle East, replacing the pax Americana that the Obama administration ended, and a regional hegemony in Asia that will project power – and fear – far and wide

About the speaker

David P. Goldman is Deputy Editor of Asia Times and a Washington Fellow of the Claremont Institute. He headed research groups at Bank of America, Credit Suisse, and other Wall Street firms, and was a partner at Reorient Group, a Hong Kong investment bank. He has consulted for the US Department of Defense and the National Security Council. His most recent book is You Will Be Assimilated: China’s Plan to Sino-Form the World.

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