Stanford University's Hoover Institution in Washington is pleased to invite you to attend the next National Security and Technology Congressional Briefing. The briefing, centered on the U.S. race with China for technological superiority, will feature various experts outlining actionable policy proposals to meet this rising challenge.
With the 2020 presidential campaign in full swing, the time is ripe to develop new nonpartisan policy ideas to inform the national security and technology policy priorities of whomever will occupy the White House in 2021. The Technology and Public Policy Project housed within the Freeman Spogli Institute's Cyber Policy Center, and in partnership with the Hoover Institution, seeks to address these policy challenges and questions by developing implementation-ready proposals that meet the needs of current and future policymakers.
Hosted by Hoover Research Fellow Andrew Grotto, the briefing will focus on opportunities for action, featuring proposals by:
- Anja Manuel, on developing an affirmative strategy for competing, contesting, and cooperating with China in response to its efforts to systematically extract advanced technology from the West.
- Anthony Vinci, on harnessing a new joint venture model for public-private technology innovation to meet national security technology challenges.
- 9:00a.m. - Registration and Coffee
- 9:30a.m. - 11:00a.m. - Panel Discussion