Don’t Take China’s Money?!
Ying Ma Radio Interview with Dr. Stephen Bryen (click to play)
Ying Ma hosts the radio program and blog Friends and Foes of Liberty. The program features in-depth discussions with thinkers and leaders about freedom, geopolitics, the global marketplace and U.S. foreign policy. Ying Ma (馬穎) writes regularly about China, international affairs and the free market. Much of her research explores the nexus between political and economic freedom with respect to China’s rising influence on the global stage. Her articles have covered issues such as the Internet revolution, democratization, climate change, state capitalism and market liberalization, and have appeared in The Wall Street Journal Asia, the International Herald Tribune, the Los Angeles Times, National Review Online, The Weekly Standard, Policy Review and other publications. She is the author of Chinese Girl in the Ghetto, which she completed as a visiting fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University.
In this program, Ying Ma asks: Should the United States refuse massive amounts of money from China? Listen to the lively interview with Dr. Stephen Bryen about the national security implications of Chinese foreign direct investment in this country. Find out why Dr. Bryen opposes Chinese acquisition of U.S. telecom networks but supports a Chinese wind farm company that may have fallen victim to the Obama administration’s election-year politics.
Dr. Bryen is the President and CEO of Ziklag Systems and the President and CEO of SDB Partners. He has 40 years of experience working in national security and industry, and has previously served as a senior staff director of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee, as an Under Secretary of Defense for Trade Security Policy in the Reagan administration, and as the President of the North America operations of Finmeccanica, one of the world’s top ten global players in aerospace, defense and security.
The radio program can be found here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/yingma/2012/10/19/interview-with-stephen-bryen
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