Roundtable on China’s Nuclear Weapons and the Future of Arms Control

Director: Robert A. Manning, Senior Adviser, Atlantic Council
Chairs: Ronald Montaperto, and Brad Roberts
Staff: Richard K. Betts, Adjunct Senior Fellow for National Security Studies
June 1, 1998 - February 1, 2000

This ongoing roundtable series brings together leading specialists on China and nuclear weapons to assess China’s nuclear doctrine, strategy, perceptions, and modernization strategy and their implications for the U.S. and the region. These issues will be assessed with a view toward the prospects of nuclear arms reductions. A written analysis of the conclusions derived from last year’s roundtable sessions was produced.

Meetings

Meeting

China, Nuclear Weapons, and Arms Control

Speakers Robert A. ManningDirector of Asian Studies, CFR, Ronald MontapertoSenior Fellow, Institute for National Strategic Studies at the National Defense University, Brad RobertsResearch Staff, Strategy, Forces, and Resources Division, Institute for Defense Analyses, Ronald MontapertoSenior Fellow, Institute for National Strategic Studies at the National Defense University, Brad RobertsResearch Staff, Strategy, Forces, and Resources Division, Institute for Defense Analyses, Robert A. ManningDirector of Asian Studies, CFR
May 19, 2000

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Dialogue on China Arms Control

Speakers Richard K. BettsCouncil on Foreign Relations, Richard K. BettsCouncil on Foreign Relations, Robert A. ManningCouncil on Foreign Relations, Robert A. ManningCouncil on Foreign Relations
Presiders Ronald Montaperto, Ronald Montaperto
June 1, 1998

This meeting is not for attribution.