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Report Launch: Beyond Economics: How U.S. Policies Can Undermine National Security Goals

May 3, 2024 • 9:00 – 10:00 am EDT

The Biden Administration must address current economic, trade, and technology policy gaps to help the U.S. technology ecosystem better support U.S. national security. To further its geopolitical and security interests and maintain a strong domestic economy, the United States must resolve current shortcomings through effective approaches to antitrust, digital competition policy and trade, state-led investments, and economic security measures. 

Join the CSIS Scholl Chair in International Business and the CSIS Strategic Technologies Program for a report launch of their latest paper, Beyond Economics: How U.S. Policies Can Undermine National Security Goals, which examines how the U.S. tech ecosystem supports the country's national security objectives. For further analysis on this subject, read Innovation and Antitrust in Competition with China.

This event is made possible through support from the Software & Information Industry Association.

Program Contact

Senior Fellow, Information Technology & Innovation Foundation and Boston University Institute for Global Sustainability
President, Logan Circle Strategies; Nonresident Senior Fellow, American Enterprise Institute
Senior Vice President; Pritzker Chair; Director, Strategic Technologies Program