The Prospects for a U.S.-Japan Technology Security Alliance
Wednesday, March 23, 2022
The CSIS Japan Chair invited experts to examine the technology policy landscape in both the United States and Japan, with an eye towards developing a technology security agenda for the alliance. Issues include corporate views on international technology competition, investment screening and export controls, configuring the U.S.-Japan Economic “2+2,” regional perspectives on technology security, and Japan’s technology strategy. Please join us for a discussion on their findings, moderated by Michael J. Green.
Panel Discussion Featuring
President, Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF)
Australia Chair and Senior Adviser, CSIS
Senior Vice President and Director, Strategic Technologies Program, CSIS
Ambassador Kurt Tong
Partner, The Asia Group
Professor, University of Tokyo
Michael J. Green
Senior Vice President for Asia, Japan Chair, and Henry A. Kissinger Chair, CSIS; Director of Asian Studies, School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University
This event is made possible with support from the Government of Japan.
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