Stanford University

For A High-level Track II Nuclear Weapons Dialogue

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Renewal of funding for Professor John Lewis’ high-level dialogues between Chinese and American decision makers and experts would support the only such dialogue that deals specifically with the militarily relevant nuclear strategy of China and its critical relationship to comparable military strategies and programs in the United States. Over the next two years, the American and Chinese teams involved in the dialogues would capitalize on the recent agreement between the United States and China to create a center on nuclear excellence located in China to generate proposals for technical and political cooperation on nuclear issues. This dialogue also has a record of providing influential American participants, including former Secretary of Defense Bill Perry, with access to their Chinese counterparts. It would also give the participants the opportunity to communicate directly with U.S. policymakers to whom they would not otherwise have access.
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