June 27, 2024

How to regulate smart, not dumb, with Alan Estevez

This week, Under Secretary of Commerce Alan Estevez joins Derisky Business to talk tech competition with China, how Russia can still get western chips, and why all our cars might be spying on us.

Emily Kilcrease is senior fellow and program director in the Energy, Economics, & Security Program at the CNAS. Her research focuses on economic statecraft and economic security.

Geoff Gertz is senior fellow in the Energy, Economics, & Security Team at the Center for a New American Security. His research focuses on technology competition, digital policy and data governance, and geoeconomics.

Alan F. Estevez serves as the Under Secretary of Commerce for Industry and Security. As Under Secretary, Mr. Estevez leads the Bureau of Industry and Security, which advances U.S. national security, foreign policy, and economic objectives by ensuring an effective export control and treaty compliance system and promoting U.S. strategic technology leadership.

  • Podcast
    • July 11, 2024
    What a Bunch of Malarkey!

    Emily and Geoff discuss the U.S. presidential election and what that might mean for economic security policy. They get into trade policy, what both candidates would do to comp...

    By Emily Kilcrease & Geoffrey Gertz

  • Podcast
    • July 3, 2024
    How U.S.-China Competition Upended the International Economic Order and What the United States Can Do to Fix It

    On June 26, CNAS hosted an event to discuss a new report, Disorderly Conduct: How U.S.-China Competition Upended the International Economic Order and What the United States Ca...

    By Emily Kilcrease, Geoffrey Gertz, Adam Tong & Peter Harrell

  • Reports
    • June 27, 2024
    Sanctions by the Numbers: 2023 Year in Review

    Executive Summary In 2023, the Biden administration continued to prioritize sanctions as a key tool to support U.S. national security and foreign policy objectives. The United...

    By Rowan Scarpino & Jocelyn Trainer

  • Reports
    • June 26, 2024
    Disorderly Conduct

    The United States must develop a strong, pragmatic strategy for advancing its economic and security interests within the U.S.-China economic relationship, accounting for the f...

    By Emily Kilcrease & Adam Tong

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