Fellow Talks

Silk Roads and Bad Maps: China and the US in the Indo-Pacific with Gary Roughead

via Hoover Institution
Thursday, March 15, 2018
Gary Roughead, an Annenberg Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the Hoover Insti
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Steve Gladfelter

Admiral Gary Roughead (USN, Ret.) the Robert and Marion Oster Distinguished Military Fellow at the Hoover Institution gave a talk titled Silk Roads and Bad Maps: China and the US in the Indo-Pacific.

The twenty-ninth chief of naval operations and one only two officers in the navy’s history to have commanded both the Atlantic and Pacific Fleets, Admiral Roughead discusses the rapidly developing strategic landscape in the Indo-Pacific region and the foreign policy implications of China’s rise as a global power.