July 15, 2020

Closing the Deal: National Security and Investment Scrutiny

On July 15, 2020, the Center for a New American Security (CNAS) hosted a mock White House meeting to weigh the economic and security concerns around a hypothetical foreign investment in a U.S. artificial intelligence (AI) firm. The United States and other major economies are enhancing investment screening and export controls in areas sensitive to national security.

Disclaimer: All participants were role playing in this simulation, using hypothetical facts and circumstances.

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