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Virtual Event | Safeguarding America’s Critical Supply Chain Capabilities: A Discussion with Senators Bob Casey and John Cornyn
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Virtual Event | Safeguarding America’s Critical Supply Chain Capabilities: A Discussion with Senators Bob Casey and John Cornyn

Please be advised: This event will premiere on this page at 12:00 p.m. EST, Wednesday, December 15. Register for the event here.

Congress has increasingly focused on supply chain vulnerabilities and the challenge of losing technology and production capacity in critical materials to China and other adversaries. Leading the effort are Senators Bob Casey (D-PA) and John Cornyn (R-TX), who introduced the “National Critical Capabilities Defense Act” this year. The bill would establish an interagency committee to review outbound U.S. investments of critical security, health care and advanced technology capacities, and would in limited cases allow the president to mitigate such investments based on committee findings.

Please join Hudson Senior Fellow Thomas Duesterberg for a discussion with Senators Casey and Cornyn on this important bill and other national security issues related to competition with China.

Speakers

Senator Bob Casey

U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania

Senator John Cornyn

U.S. Senator from Texas

Moderator

Tom Duesterberg

Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute

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