What is it like to be intercepted by a Chinese fighter pilot and why does the United States put its military members in harm’s way to maintain freedom of navigation through the global commons? How can the United States leverage the UN’s Women, Peace and Security initiative to enable its like-minded partners in the Indo-Pacific to uphold the liberal international order and resist Chinese coercion? And, how important are missile defense systems to deterring and, if necessary, defeating Chinese adventurism in their region?
Join FPRI and the US Army War College’s Eisenhower Series College Program for a wide-ranging and open-minded discussion about the US military’s roles and opportunities to continue upholding the principles of the liberal international order in the Indo-Pacific region.
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LTC Qiana Harder - Lt Colonel Qiana Harder is an active-duty military police officer in the Army Reserve with over 20 years of law enforcement experience who has held numerous leadership positions of increasing responsibility.
Ronald J. Granieri - Dr. Ronald J. Granieri is the Executive Director of FPRI’s Center for the Study of America and the West, and host of People, Politics, and Prose, a monthly series of events. ; Moderator