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The report card's advice for the Pentagon:
- "Foster stronger relationships with the private investment community.
- "Scale up workforce development programs to increase domestic STEM output and skilled trades.
- "Establish additional mechanisms to increase the foreign talent pipeline for critical national security technologies.
- "Create additional technology-focused international alliances and partnerships.
- "Make bigger, bolder, more flexible investments in new capabilities."
Klon Kitchen | AEIdeas
Technology has always been a key variable in geostrategic change. Klon Kitchen notes that to fully leverage the private sector’s capability, the US must deliberately address three key challenges to the American science and technology enterprise. First, America must confront Chinese technological theft and aggression. Second, the US must help allies understand that a strategy of “regulate first and ask questions later” will hurt—not help—the West and risk ceding the advantage to Beijing. Finally, facts and geopolitical realities must constrain domestic debates about technology and innovation. Ultimately, Western tech companies and the US government must recognize that the long-term interests of both are better served through national security partnerships. Continue here.>>