Join Hudson Institute and International Republican Institute experts in welcoming award-winning Angolan investigative journalist Rafael Marques as he presents new information about the malign influence of Chinese aid.
The United States must have secure, reliable, and scalable supply chains for critical supplies and technologies. For decades there has been an overrel
Many have paid attention to American efforts to partially decouple from China, but Beijing has been pursuing a much more extensive economic decoupling
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While the United States and its allies dominated the race for 3G and 4G cellular infrastructure and the applications enabled by those technologies, th
A discussion addressing questions about the impact of state subsidies and other directed benefits on the international aviation market
Thomas J. Duesterberg, Harold Furchtgott-Roth, Shane Tews, and Carolyn Bartholomew discuss U.S. competitiveness in wireless technology.
David Malpass, Kenneth R. Weinstein, and Thomas J. Duesterberg will discuss U.S. economic competitiveness in a globalized economy.
Hudson Institute hosts discussion on the Kigali Amendment.
Thomas J. Duesterberg, Brendan Brown, Benjamin Haddad, and Peter Rough discuss transatlantic trade, monetary policy, and the NATO military alliance.