Maurice R. Greenberg Senior Fellow for China Studies
Technology and development in China and India; East Asian security; Chinese domestic and foreign policy; cyberconflict, cybersecurity
Asia Program, Cyberconflict and Cybersecurity Initiative
September 23, 2009—Present
The U.S.-Asia Update Roundtable Series provides a forum for discussion of the major issues that shape Chinese domestic policies, U.S.-China relations, and East Asian regional dynamics. This series is made possible through generous support from the Starr Foundation.
The Roundtable Series on Cyberconflict and Cybersecurity brings together U.S. policymakers, business leaders, and academics to answer questions that lie at the nexus of cybersecurity and foreign policy. Initial funding for this series has been provided by IBM and Thomson Reuters.
May 1, 2005—July 31, 2010
The Roundtable Series on Innovation and Technological Entrepreneurship in Asia evaluated the impact of emerging technological capabilities on American economic, political, and military power, and recommended policies designed to ensure continued U.S. technological superiority.
January 1, 2003—June 30, 2004
This study group drew attention to the unraveling of the bipartisan consensus that Chinese economic development is good for U.S. security, provided a framework for assessing what security benefits and risks the U.S. can expect from its future economic relations with China, and described what the end of this consensus means for U.S. policy toward China.
February 1, 2002—May 31, 2003
The rise of China has long been a growing concern among U.S. policymakers. Of particular concern is the strength of Chinese military power and its relation to U.S. military capability. This report assessed the ongoing development of China's military and provided an outlook on America's ability to maintain military superiority in the coming decades.