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How does the Chinese government's S&T spending differ fundamentally from America's and what does that tell us about the nature of their industrial policy? What is China Standards 2035 and what implications could it have? Will China pull the rare earth card? And is there any chance that America doesn't overcorrect?
Emily de La Bruyere of Horizon Advisory joins ChinaTalk to discuss.
The Justice Department charged six Russian military officers for computer hacking in connection to a series of global hacking efforts that sought to support Russian government.
The White House today released the National Critical and Emerging Technology Strategy. You can read the document here or below.
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As Australia invests in a new cybersecurity posture, the U.S. has the opportunity to nourish an alliance and respond to Chinese pressure.
Cybersecurity clinics can help fill the gap of cybersecurity talent within the federal workforce and the private sector.
The United States risks falling behind on microelectronics, telecommunications and biotech, and the private sector can only do so much to help.
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