Economic and Security Implications of the Russia-Ukraine War: Perspectives from the Czech Presidency
Our national security relies on the careful and deliberate creation, dissemination, and protection of classified information. But some contend that the current system for classifying and declassifying US government records is outdated and imposes significant economic and public policy costs, directly and indirectly harming national security.
Please join Hudson Institute’s China Center for a conversation with Thirtieth Prime Minister of Australia Scott Morrison and Hudson Institute China Center Director Miles Yu to discuss Australia’s role in combatting the threat to a free and open Indo-Pacific.
Riley Walters discusses the future of US-Taiwan relations with Representative Don Bacon, a member of the Congressional Taiwan Caucus and House Armed Services Committee.