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Luncheon discussion on how the Chinese leadership uses military for its goals with Lieutenant Colonel Mike Regner, USMC (Ret)


December 16, 2021


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11:45 am



1:30 pm

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Austin, TX – How PRC uses the military

Thursday, December 16, 2021 11:45 AM – 1:30 PM
Time Zone: America/Chicago
Local Time: Thursday, December 16, 2021 12:45 PM – 2:30 PM
Luncheon discussion with LtCol Mike Regner, USMC, former Assistant Chief of Staff for Plans and Strategy at I MEF, on how the Chinese Communist Party leadership uses its military to advance its domestic, regional, and global goals.

Deans Room, DKR Texas Memorial Stadium

2108 Robert Dedman Dr,

Texas

78712

United States

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$50

Cost: $50

Organizer:
Matthew Elias

MElias@bens.org

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Venue

University of Texas Club
Deans Room, DKR Texas Memorial Stadium
2108 Robert Dedman Dr, Texas 78712 United States
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