Inroads of the People's Republic of China in the Caribbean – Security Implications for Atlantic Partners

This course widens the discourse on North South and South South Cooperation with a focus on security cooperative arrangements at sub-regional level.

It considers how fourth tier states like those of the Caribbean Basin can maneuvre effectively amidst contestations driven by rising extra-regional hegemons and amidst historical power diffusion. It proposes  how the principles and practices of reciprocity, accommodation, collaboration and restraint can be effectively deployed to buttress time-honored multidimensional security arrangements.

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  • Examine power distribution from a multi-tiered perspective

  • Examine the material capabilities of relevant state actors

  • Appreciate the role and importance of shared values

  • See how common goals can be pursued across multiple arenas to achieve optimal outcomes

  • Explore opportunities for institutional balancing

  • Defence policy and intelligence personnel; strategic intelligence analysts within the purview of policy and strategic partnerships; foreign service officers that contribute to fulfilling a strategy for relations in the Americas or anyone interested in the topic.

Serena Joseph-Harris is a former envoy and intelligence chief who has presided over Inter-American and bi-regional expert groups.  She is the author of The Twilight of America's Omnipresence: China's Aggrandizement in a New Era of Multipolarity (2015), which provided the grounding for her expert testimony before a Joint Session of the 114 th. U.S. Congress in September 2015 to discuss the dramatic inroads of  the People's Republic of China into Latin America and the Caribbean, and the impact on U.S. and regional interests.

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Security Policy Institute

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This course widens the discourse on North South and South South Cooperation with a focus on security cooperative arrangements at sub-regional level.

It considers how fourth tier states like those of the Caribbean Basin can maneuvre effectively amidst contestations driven by rising extra-regional hegemons and amidst historical power diffusion. It proposes  how the principles and practices of reciprocity, accommodation, collaboration and restraint can be effectively deployed to buttress time-honored multidimensional security arrangements.

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Inroads of the People's Republic of China in the Caribbean – Security Implications for Atlantic Partners

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1007

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Serena Joseph-Harris is a former envoy and intelligence chief who has presided over Inter-American and bi-regional expert groups.  She is the author of The Twilight of America's Omnipresence: China's Aggrandizement in a New Era of Multipolarity (2015), which provided the grounding for her expert testimony before a Joint Session of the 114 th. U.S. Congress in September 2015 to discuss the dramatic inroads of  the People's Republic of China into Latin America and the Caribbean, and the impact on U.S. and regional interests.

Audience: 

Defence policy and intelligence personnel; strategic intelligence analysts within the purview of policy and strategic partnerships; foreign service officers that contribute to fulfilling a strategy for relations in the Americas or anyone interested in the topic.

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Inroads of the People's Republic of China in the Caribbean – Security Implications for Atlantic Partners (Online Session)
November 8, 9, 15, 16, 2021
13:00 - 16:00
$995.00
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