Tuesday, May 22
Northeast Asian Security: The Three Nots
6PM Social – 7PM Dinner – 8PM Presentation
The Alta Club – 100 East South Temple
Complimentary parking is available on north side of South Temple, east of the Eagle Gate apartments. Valet service available after 6pm
If Dean Cheng looks familiar it is probably because you viewed his recent interview on CNN as hope for a resolution of the North Korean nuclear threat has blossomed. Cheng specializes in China's military and foreign policy, in particular its relationship with the rest of Asia and with the United States.
He is The Heritage Foundation's research fellow on Chinese political and security affairs. He has written extensively on China's military doctrine, technological implications of its space program and "dual use" issues associated with the communist nation's industrial and scientific infrastructure. He previously worked for 13 years as a senior analyst, first with Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC), the Fortune 500 specialist in defense and homeland security, and then with the China Studies division of the Center for Naval Analyses, the federally funded research institute.
Cheng has appeared on public affairs shows such as John McLaughlin's One on One and programs on National Public Radio, CNN International, BBC World Service and International Television News (ITN). He has been interviewed by or provided commentary for publications such as Time magazine, The Washington Post, Financial Times, Bloomberg News, Jane's Defense Weekly, South Korea's Chosun Ilbo and Hong Kong's South China Morning Post.
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All of the meetings are held at the Alta Club in Salt Lake Ciy
100 East South Temple
Social Hour: 6 p.m. Dinner 7:00 p.m. Presentation at 8:00 pm
Cost of the dinner is $35 for members and $40 for guests
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