Michael Green

Center for Strategic and International Studies / Georgetown University

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Associate Professor of Asian Studies at Georgetown University and Senior Vice President for Asia at the Center for Strategic and International Studies; former staffer on the National Security Council (2001-2005), two of those years as Senior Specialist on Asia

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