Friday, October 7, 2022
11:00am - 12:15pm (ET)
Is the US-China tech rivalry leading the world’s two biggest economies into inevitable conflict? How far will tech decoupling across the Pacific go and what will the effects be on growth, investment and trade? How should we think about the future of tech and data regulation and integration vs. competition? These are crucial questions not just for today’s decision makers, and they will certainly shape our security, economic and technology landscape for decades to come. Please join the NCAFP’s Forum on Asia Pacific Security for a conversation with a distinguished panel of experts as they dive into these complex issues.
Senior Fellow, Yale Law School Paul Tsai China Center; Cyber Policy Fellow, New America
Head of Tech Policy Research, Trivium China
Senior Vice President for China & Technology Policy Lead, Dentons Global Advisors
Susan A. Thornton,
Director of the Forum on Asia-Pacific Security, NCAFP
Click Here to Read Samm Sacks' Testimony to the Senate Finance Subcommittee on Fiscal Responsibility and Economic Growth: "Hearing on Promoting Competition, Growth, and Privacy Protection in the Technology Sector"
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