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  • #91
    Originally posted by PBS_NewsHour


    Taiwan's foreign minister says China is 'preparing for war.' Here's Taiwan's response plan.

    PBS NewsHour
    Published on May 25, 2021

    Taiwan, which China considers a breakaway province, is the most tense issue between Beijing and the U.S. Taiwan argues it is on the frontline of democracy against Chinese authoritarianism and is increasingly facing military harassment. Nick Schifrin speaks to Joseph Wu, Taiwan’s foreign minister, about the issue, and the role the U.S. can play in mediating conflict in the region.


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    • #92
      Originally posted by USNI
      18 August 2022
      Understanding the Chinese Navy

      Captain Jim Fanell, U.S. Navy (Ret.)—noted expert on the Chinese Navy, former Director of Intelligence for the U.S. Pacific Fleet, and frequent Proceedings contributor—will provide an in-depth briefing on the Chinese Navy, its operations, and shipbuilding programs.

      This content is made possible by the members of the U.S. Naval Institute.
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      • #93
        Originally posted by The_Heritage_Foundation
        15 August 2023
        China’s Future Naval Bases: New Empirical Data Points to Likely Places
        (48 min, 53 sec)

        Is China building new naval bases? Join us for a conversation on Harboring Global Ambitions: China’s Ports Footprint and Implications for Future Overseas Naval Bases, a recent report on where China is likely to establish its next overseas naval base.

        Harboring Global Ambitions draws on primary data collection of project-level financial flows dating back to 2000. A comprehensive review of 123 seaport projects totaling $29.9 billion at 78 different ports in 46 countries points to eight potentially viable short-term Chinese naval basing options. This analysis marks an important and unique contribution to better understand China's global port financing portfolio and contend with China’s efforts to rule the seas.
        Harboring_Global_ambitions.pdf
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        • #94
          Originally posted by USNI
          Thursday, 23 May 2024
          Another Historic Year for the PLA Navy
          (44 min, 38 sec)

          U.S. Naval Institute
          Retired Navy Captain Jim Fanell. — noted expert on the Chinese Navy, former Director of Intelligence for the U.S. Pacific Fleet, and frequent Proceedings contributor — provides an update on the PLA Navy and their operations.
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          • #95
            His home in Switzerland???

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            • #96
              Originally posted by tbm3fan View Post
              His home in Switzerland???
              He rcurrently resides in Switzerland, and works at the Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP) in Geneva.

              The quoted material below was excerpted from the webpage at the following link.

              https://www.gcsp.ch/our-experts/captain-james-e-fanell

              Originally posted by GCSP
              Expert Profile
              Captain James E. Fanell
              Former Director of Intelligence and Information Operations for the U.S. Pacific Fleet, US Navy

              Captain James E. Fanell is a Government Fellow within the Global Fellowship Initiative of the GCSP. Captain James E. Fanell retired from the U.S. Navy in January 2015 concluding a nearly 30 year career as a naval intelligence officer specialising in Indo-Asia Pacific security affairs, with an emphasis on the Chinese navy and its operations. His most recent assignment was as the Director of Intelligence and Information Operations for the U.S. Pacific Fleet.

              Throughout his career he served in a variety of afloat and ashore assignments across the Pacific region, highlighted by tours as the Assistant Chief of Staff for Intelligence for the U.S. Seventh Fleet aboard the USS Blue Ridge, the Office of Naval Intelligence China Senior Intelligence Officer, and as the Senior Intelligence Officer for the USS Kitty Hawk aircraft carrier strike group, then forward deployed to Japan.

              He was a National Security Affairs Fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University where he studied Chinese national political and security affairs. Mr. Fanell holds a B.A. in History and Political Science from San Diego State University, a M.A. in History from the University of Hawaii, and was a distinguished graduate of the Air Command and Staff College where he received a M.A. in Military Science.

              Jim Fanell is also a public speaker most notably at the AFCEA West / U.S. Naval Institute’s panels on China in 2013 and 2014. He also has published works in the Naval Intelligence Professionals NIP Quarterly, U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings and the Hoover Digest. He is married to Cornelia Fanell and currently resides in Switzerland.

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              • #97
                Well being a grad of SDSU I'll give him that since it is my alma mater...

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                • #98
                  Originally posted by tbm3fan View Post
                  Well being a grad of SDSU I'll give him that since it is my alma mater...
                  Aztecs !
                  Trust me?
                  I'm an economist!

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                  • #99
                    Originally posted by DOR View Post

                    Aztecs !
                    Aztecs first, Bears second...

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                    • Originally posted by tbm3fan View Post

                      Aztecs first, Bears second...
                      The proper order of things ... although I also had Bears third.
                      Trust me?
                      I'm an economist!

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                      • Originally posted by DOR View Post

                        The proper order of things ... although I also had Bears third.
                        I only needed two universities...

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                        • Originally posted by tbm3fan View Post

                          I only needed two universities...
                          Me, too (for two degrees).
                          Trust me?
                          I'm an economist!

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                          • Originally posted by DOR View Post

                            Me, too (for two degrees).
                            Of course my years stretched from 1971-1981 and resulted in five degrees, Three I was after and two just because I had the time...

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