The United States, China, and the Globalization of Science and Technology

November 02, 2011

Testimony
Testimony by CFR fellows and experts before Congress.

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China

As the United States manages its relationship with China on science and technology, Adam Segal argues that the United States will have to maintain its scientific strength at home, while pressuring China on its mercantilist technology policies.

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