Australian TV show features Adm. Dennis Blair in “China Rising” episode

Author: Four Corners

Categories: In the News, Sasakawa USA Blog

Sasakawa USA’s Adm. Dennis Blair is featured prominently in an episode of “Four Corners,” a 45-minute long news program on current affairs that airs on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. The episode, entitled “China Rising,” focuses on Australia’s role in the South China Sea, where both the United States and China seek military dominance.

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Polls show Japanese public’s deepening distrust of China

Author: Tobias Harris

Categories: Japan Political Pulse

While anti-Japan sentiment in China has drawn considerable attention as a possible factor constraining Beijing’s Japan policy, less attention has been paid to deepening anti-China sentiment in Japan as a factor shaping Japan’s China policy and its politics.

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News roundup: Sasakawa USA experts comment on South China Sea ruling

Categories: In the News, Sasakawa USA Blog

While it is still unknown how China will respond to a highly unfavorable international arbitration ruling on maritime disputes in the South China Sea, the United States should give China the space to “walk back off the diplomatic ledge they’ve put themselves on,” Sasakawa USA’s maritime experts Adm. Dennis Blair and Dr. Jeffrey Hornung said

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Adm. Dennis Blair: At Scarborough Shoal, China is Playing with Fire

Author: Foreign Policy

Categories: In the News

If China were to start dredging on the disputed Scarborough Shoal, it would risk a potential military confrontation with the United States, Sasakawa USA Chairman and CEO Adm. Dennis Blair said Thursday in a Foreign Policy article by Dan De Luce. “If the Chinese push there, I think there’s going to be trouble,” Blair said

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Navigating Unsettled Waters: Introducing the Maritime Awareness Project

Date: April 14, 2016

This event served as the official launch of the Maritime Awareness Project (MAP), a new joint initiative between Sasakawa USA and The National Bureau of Asian Research (NBR), to assist policymakers, the press, and interested public in better understanding critical maritime problems and possible routes to their peaceful resolution.

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