Symposium at Harvard University: Militarization of South China Sea and Its Consequences

Streamed live on Apr 2, 2016
The Symposium was hosted by the Association of Vietnamese Students and Professionals in the United States from 10:00am to 3:00pm (Boston time) on Saturday, April 2nd, 2016 at Harvard University.

***Timeline:
00:00
Ngo Nhu Binh, Harvard University
Welcoming Speech

7:20
Gregory Poling, Center for Strategic and International Studies
Maritime Transparency and U.S. Interests

55:24
Harry Kazianis, Center for the National
Interest Time For a New US strategy in the South China Sea

1:51:30
Lyle Goldstein, United States War Naval College,
Dangerous Triangle: Vietnam, China and the US in the South China Sea

3:18:00
Ngo Di Lan, Brandeis University
Sanctioning to Deter: A new Approach for the South China Sea is Needed

3:59:15
Nguyen Ngoc Lan, University of Cambridge
Militarization in the South China Sea: What is at Stake under International Law?

4:45:50
Luz Danielle Bolong, Harvard Law School, Harvard University
International Law in the South China Sea: The Philippines-China Dispute

5:30:12
Bill Hayton, BBC World News
Reasons to be Cheerful – Could Things Get Better in the South China Sea?

6:12:14
Nguyen Dinh Phu, Association of Vietnamese Students and Professionals In the United States
Closing Speech

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