September 21, 2011

China's Monopoly on Rare Earths: Implications for U.S. Foreign and Security Policy

On September 21st, CNAS Fellow Christine Parthemore testified before the House Committee on Foreign Affairs’ Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific. Ms. Parthemore testified regarding her work on vulnerabilities to national security stemming from America’s dependence on imports of strategic minerals.

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