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Cyber Challenges: The Internet, Global Competition, and National Security

Cyber Challenges: The Internet, Global Competition, and National Security

Hudson Institute, in partnership with the Abe Global Fellowship program, will host an event drawing on the research of Abe Fellows to examine how emerging cyber technologies are impacting the U.S., Japan, and other parts of Asia, and the new institutions that have been developed to deal with the increasingly contentious world of information. The Abe Fellows will address multi-national cybersecurity coalitions, strategies, and cyber-resilience practices critical to sustaining national functions in the event of an attack; the U.S.-China trade war and techno-nationalism’s implications for suppliers, customers, and the global supply chains; and Japan’s 2018 National Defense Program Guidelines.

For nearly three decades, the Abe Fellowship Program has supported fellows whose research examines the benefits and repercussions of how changing technology has allowed for the increased capacity to create, store, and trade information/data.

**NOTE: This event will be livestreamed and is open to the press. All members of the media should RSVP to [email protected]**


Dorothea LaChon Abraham

Associate Professor, Information Systems, College of William and Mary; 2017 Abe Fellow

Patrick M. Cronin

Asia-Pacific Security Chair, Hudson Institute

Thomas J. Duesterberg

Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute

Paul M. Evans

Professor, School of Public Policy and Global Affairs, University of British Columbia; 1997 Abe Fellow

Motohiro Tsuchiya

Professor, Graduate School of Media and Governance, Keio University; 2000 Abe Fellow

Ken Weinstein

President and CEO, Hudson Institute

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