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 Virtual Event | Sino-US Tech Competition: Where Does Europe Stand?

Virtual Event | Sino-US Tech Competition: Where Does Europe Stand?

Please be advised: This event will premiere LIVE on this page at 12:00 p.m. EDT, Friday, April 9.

Join Hudson Institute Senior Fellows Liselotte Odgaard and Thomas Duesterberg and experts Mathieu Duchâtel and Giulio Pugliese for a discussion on Europe’s innovative industrial basis capability and the challenge of remaining at the forefront of technological developments.

The tech sector has become an arena for fierce strategic competition between the U.S. and China, complicating Europe’s ability to play a leading role in the economic, industrial, security and military sector. Europe’s future economic growth and innovation and warfighting capability is determined by access to cutting-edge cellular network infrastructure and artificial intelligence applications. However, Europe’s weak position in the global technology market leaves it at a disadvantage in terms of standard setting and competitiveness. How can the EU best grapple with these challenges? Please join our distinguished panel for this timely discussion.

Panelists

Mathieu Duchâtel

Director, Asia Program, Institut Montaigne in Paris

Giulio Pugliese

Lecturer, Oxford School of Global and Area Studies, University of Oxford & Part-time Professor, Global Governance Programme, EU-Asia Project, European University Institute in Florence

Thomas Duesterberg

Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute

Moderator

Liselotte Odgaard

Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute

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