Columbia Professor Andrew Nathan will speak about the implications of the power succession in China and the election of the U.S. President on November 27th at the New Providence Municipal Center. How will it affect the relationship between the two powers?  Professor Nathan will show that the core interests of both countries have not changed.  The talk includes the idea of what if the new Chinese leaders portend a new approach to foreign policy.  He will cover the possibility of new reforms in Chinese domestic policy will affect the relationship with United States.

The talk includes will the U.S. continue our same foreign policy towards China.

Professor Nathan has a B.A., M.A. and PhD from Harvard University.  He has taught at Columbia since 1971.

All area 50-plus active men are invited to attend meetings of the Summit Area Old Guard on Tuesday mornings at the New Providence Municipal Center at 360 Elkwood Avenue.  A coffee hour starts at 9:15 that is followed by a 10 AM short business meeting. Old Guard members participate in sports, bridge, hikes, trips, plays, concerts and cultural events. Call Ralph Ortega at 908-244-4384 for more information or log on to the website: