April 30, 2020

ChinaTalk: Forging an Innovation Alliance Base

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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