Protecting China’s Interests, Shouldering International Obligations: The Current and Future Role of the Chinese Armed Forces
Senior Colonel Zhou Bo is a Senior Colonel in the Chinese PLA and Director of the Center for Security Cooperation at the Office for International Military Cooperation in China’s Ministry of National Defence. Currently, his responsibility is multilateral cooperation which includes peacekeeping, counter-piracy, counter-terrorism and various security-related institutions in the Asia-Pacific.
He will talk on the subject of ‘Protecting China’s Interests, Shouldering International Obligations: The Current and Future Role of the Chinese Armed Forces’, before leading a seminar discussion on the issues raised. The seminar will be followed by a buffet lunch.
Senior Colonel Zhou Bo is a regular commentator on Chinese military and defence matters, including at the Munich Security Conference and the Shangri-La Security Dialogue. His publications include ‘How China can improve UN peacekeeping’ in Foreign affairs, and ‘Strengthening mutual confidence and promoting maritime cooperation’ as part of the Asia-Pacific Roundtable.
Please note that places are limited and only registered guests will be admitted.
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