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Eric Heginbotham is a senior political scientist at the RAND Corporation. He specializes in East Asian security issues. His recent RAND projects include work on U.S. Asian allies' responses to the rise of China and a comparative study of Chinese and Indian use of force, military doctrine, and capabilities. Heginbotham has recently completed a manuscript on civil-military relations in East Asia and has published articles on Japanese and Chinese foreign policy in Foreign Affairs, International Security, and the National Interest. Before coming to RAND, Heginbotham was a senior fellow of Asia studies at the Council on Foreign Relations. He taught as a visiting faculty member of Boston College's Political Science Department and served for 16 years in the U.S. Army Reserves and National Guard. Heginbotham received his Ph.D. in political science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
China, Taiwan, and the U.S.: A Coming Conflict? Session One
as author at MIT World Series - CIS Forum,
together with: Stephen W. Van Evera (moderator), Edward S. Steinfeld, Harry Harding, Stephen W. Van Evera,