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Former Chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Peter DeFazio joins Hudson Senior Fellow Michael Roberts for a conversation on shipping and international trade.
Hudson hosts a conversation with RADM Mark Buzby that examines the state of the US maritime industry, its potential role in a western Pacific conflict, and options for restoring an American industry.
Please join Hudson Senior Fellow Bryan Clark for a discussion with Representative Tony Gonzales, Conquest Cyber Chief Software Officer Jason Weiss, and Peraton Director of Navy Missions Cliff Bean about the challenges and opportunities in new approaches to strengthening and securing the nation’s software supply chains.
A decade ago venture capitalist Marc Andreessen argued that software was eating the world. Please join Hudson Institute and DoD experts for a discussion on how the US military is wrestling with that reality.
Please join Hudson Institute Senior Fellow Bryan Clark for a discussion on strengthening the US microelectronics supply chain with Neal Anderson of Chemours, Rich Ashooh of LAM Research, and Travis Kelly of the Isola Group.
Please join Hudson Senior Fellows Bryan Clark and Dan Patt for a conversation with Representative Seth Moulton regarding the challenges and opportunities facing the US Department of Defense.
Please join Hudson Institute Senior Fellow Bryan Clark for a discussion with Mark Gunzinger of the Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies and Marcus Hellyer of the Australian Strategic Policy Institute on the AUKUS trilateral technology sharing agreement.
While the 2018 National Defense Strategy and the updated 2022 National Defense Strategy emphasize the urgent need to deter a conflict in the Pacific, most plans involve shoring up military capacity immediately or waiting for new, modernized weapons.
With more than half of all semiconductors and nearly all high-end chips coming from Taiwan or South Korea, disruptions are likely and can have devastating economic consequences.
The US Navy has long been the world’s largest and most capable military fleet. However, China’s People’s Liberation Army Navy recently overtook
The US military faces an adversary in China with the geographic, technological, and industrial strength to meet and potentially exceed the capability