America has allies with solid tech. But can the U.S. leverage these relationships to help preserve its technological edge over China? In this conversation, building off a recent CNAS report, Dan Kliman, Kristine Lee and Joshua Fitt dive deep into international defense innovation, Japan-China relations, and China's international tech ambitions.
Listen to the full conversation on the ChinaTalk podcast.
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