November 19, 2021

A National Technology Strategy for U.S. Competitiveness - WACA 2021 National Conference

By Megan Lamberth, Martijn Rasser, Emily Kilcrease and Laura G. Brent

On Friday, November 19, the Center for a New American Security (CNAS) spoke at a breakfast briefing for the World Affairs Councils of America 2021 conference session on "A National Technology Strategy for U.S. Competitiveness." Experts included Emily Kilcrease, Martijn Rasser, Laura Brent, and Megan Lamberth.

Watch the full video from WACA.

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