On Tuesday, October 18, CNAS hosted the launch of a report framing the contours of a transatlantic technology strategy.
The world’s leading powers are engaged in an unprecedented technology competition. To succeed in this competition, the United States and Europe must compete together or risk ceding the competition to autocracies. They must be guided by a strategy that matches the moment. As part of a year-long research project, the Center for a New American Security (CNAS) published a report that provides the blueprint for such a strategy. The report recommends ways to manage and address rifts in the transatlantic technology relationship and charts a protect and promote agenda for transatlantic cooperation.
Gerard de Graaf
Senior European Union Envoy for Digital & Head of the European Union Office in San Francisco
Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary for International Information and Communications Policy, Bureau of Cyberspace and Digital Policy
U.S. Department of State
Senior Fellow and Director, Technology and National Security Program, CNAS
Dr. Frances G. Burwell
Vice President Government Relations
Infineon Technologies Americas Corp.
Associate Fellow, Transatlantic Security Program, CNAS
Research Assistant, Technology and National Security Program, CNAS