The United States’ growing competition with China has placed unprecedented demands on the U.S. industrial base and high-technology sectors. As the Communist Party of China seizes greater political and economic power domestically, it is positioning China to outpace the United States in key industrial and technological sectors where the U.S has historically been dominant.
Meanwhile, the U.S. faces a range of new security challenges—from defending key national assets from cyberattacks, to sustaining high-tech superiority or protecting our defense industrial supply chain in the event of armed conflict.
What can U.S. policymakers do to ensure America’s technology sector remains competitive? What role will U.S. relations with China play in determining the outcome?
Join Hudson Institute for a discussion on the future of America’s industrial and technological capabilities.
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