A CPDC Webinar
Preventing a CCP Invasion of Taiwan
The Committee on the Present Danger: China is pleased, as part of its weekly series of webinars on the CCP’s “unrestricted warfare” against this country and how it can be countered, to present a conversation with three members of the Expert Panel: its Co-Chairman, Center for Security Policy Senior Fellow Dr. Stephen Bryen, a former Deputy Under Secretary of Defense; Seth Cropsey, former Under Secretary of the Navy and President of the Yorktown Institute; and former Foreign Service Officer and retired Marine Colonel Grant Newsham, who has long served and worked in the Western Pacific and helped Taiwan improve its military. They will discuss highlights of the thirty-four Panel Findings and Recommendations outlining practical steps that must urgently be taken to deter CCP aggression and preserve regional peace.
- Dr. Stephen Bryen: “Deterring China: What It Will Take?”
- Secretary Seth Cropsey: “The Maritime Dimension of Stopping a Taiwan Invasion”
- Colonel Grant Newsham: “Ending ‘Strategic Ambiguity’ and Demonstrating Resolve
Frank Gaffney, Vice Chairman, Committee on the Present Danger: China and Executive Chairman of the Center for Security Policy.