SMA Perspectives Virtual Discussion

November 2021 No Comments

US versus China: Promoting “Constructive Competition” to Avoid “Destructive Competition”

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Tuesday, November 16th 2021 1300–1500 (EST)

Please join SMA for its second SMA Perspectives Virtual Discussion: a two-hour companion event to our recently released SMA Perspectives volume, US versus China: Promoting “Constructive Competition” to Avoid “Destructive Competition.” The discussion will feature a panel discussion among several of the paper’s contributors, drawing out key insights from, and connections between, the chapters.

Please find our event agenda below.

No registration required. Virtual capacity is capped at 350.

The link to join the event along with other event updates will be sent via email. To get on the mailing list to receive notifications (and all other questions), please email Mariah Yager at mariah.c.yager.ctr@mail.mil or Nicole Peterson at npeterson@nsiteam.com by Friday, November 12th 2021.

Event Agenda

Welcome and Introductory Remarks | 1300–1310 (EST)

Mr. Todd Veazie, Director, Strategic Multilayer Assessment

Dr. Hriar “Doc” Cabayan, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL)

Panel Discussion | 1310–1455 (EST)

Moderator: Lt Gen (Ret) Timothy G. Fay, Director of Staff, Headquarters, US Air Force, Pentagon, Arlington, Virginia

Panelists: Lt Gen (Ret) Robert Elder, George Mason University; Dr. Scott W. Harold, RAND; Mr. Mark Hoffman, Lockheed Martin; Mr. David Kirkpatrick, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; Dr. Michael D. Swaine, Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft

Our speakers’ biographies can be found here.

Closing Remarks | 1455–1500 (EST)

Mr. Todd Veazie, Director, Strategic Multilayer Assessment

Dr. Hriar “Doc” Cabayan, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL)

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