John Gennace

John Gennace

John Gennace holds a Bachelors degree in international relations from Harvard University and a Masters in international public policy from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. He is currently exploring career opportunities in public policy.

T
he security condition in the South and East China Seas has worsened over the past few years as territorial disputes have increased and mistrust deepened. China has grown increasingly assertive in each of the seas, which has caused suspicion among key states in the region. Moreover, regional institutions have had little impact, international law is being disregarded, and Sino-American relations appear increasingly driven by competition rather than shared interests.

When recently appointed Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Joseph Dunford, named Russia as the greatest threat to U.S. national security during his confirmation hearing this past July, he caught some by surprise.

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