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1. U.S.-China Technological “Decoupling”: A Strategy and Policy Framework

2. Next-Generation Technology and Electoral Democracy: Understanding the Changing Environment

3. The Two Technospheres Western-Chinese Technology Decoupling: Implications for Cybersecurity

4. Data Protection or Data Utility?

5. Convince and Coerce: U.S. Interference in Technology Exchanges Between its Allies and China

6. Stemming the Flow: The United States Needs a Strategy to Address China’s Strategic Exportation of Digital Authoritarianism

7. Enhancing U.S.-China Strategic Stability in an Era of Strategic Competition

8. Labs over Fabs: How the U.S. Should Invest in the Future of Semiconductors

9. Powering Innovation: A Strategic Approach to America’s Advanced Battery Technology

10. Resilient Aerial Refueling: Safeguarding the US Military’s Global Reach

11. Advancing Decision-Centric Warfare: Gaining Advantage Through Force Design and Mission Integration

12. Regaining the Digital Advantage: A Demand-Focused Strategy for US Microelectronics Competitiveness

13. The Big Lie and Big Tech Misinformation Repeat Offenders and Social Media in the 2020 U.S. Election

14. From Plan to Action: Operationalizing a U.S. National Technology Strategy

15. Transitioning to Tech: Transitioning Service Members and Veteran Perceptions Regarding a Career in the Technology Sector

16. The Future of the Digital Order

17. Edge Networks, Core Policy: Securing America's 6G Future

18. Trust the Process: National Technology Strategy Development, Implementation, and Monitoring and Evaluation

19. Enhancing US-Japan cooperation on global supply chains

20. Senior Conference 55—The Emerging Environment in the Indo-Pacific Region: Drivers, Directions, and Decisions

21. Forging an Alliance Innovation Base

22. Between the Chinese Dragon and American Eagle: 5G Development in the Baltic States

23. Next Steps for US Trade, Manufacturing, and Supply Chains After COVID-19

24. Sustaining the Undersea Advantage: Transforming Anti-Submarine Warfare Using Autonomous Systems

25. Weaponizing the 5G Value Chain

26. Democracy by Design: An Affirmative Response to the Illiberal Use of Technology for 2021

27. Exposing the Financial Footprints of North Korea’s Hackers

28. Defense Technology Strategy

29. Open Future: The Way Forward on 5G

30. Catching Up: China’s Developing Military Power

31. An affordable defense of Asia

32. Emerging technologies and the future of US-Japan defense collaboration

33. National Security Upate 13: Accessing the Technologies and Capabilities of the U.S. Commercial High-Tech Sector: A Defense Department Priority

34. National Security Update 14: The Impact of the Coronavirus on Future Defense Budgets

35. Stronger Together: A Strategy to Revitalize Transatlantic Power

36. Where Are We Now? Examining the Trump Administration’s Efforts to Combat Cybercrime

37. Weakened Encryption: The Threat to America’s National Security

38. A Roadmap to Strengthen US Cyber Enforcement: Where Do We Go From Here?

39. Artificial Intelligence, Technological Warfare and Changes in the World Order: China, USA and Brazil

40. Space in the Trump Administration's Security Polic

41. National Security Update 11: Hypersonic Missiles and U.S. Security

42. IFPA National Security Update 10: The Military Applications and Use of Artificial Intelligence

43. IFPA National Security Update 9: The Trump Administration’s Executive Order on Electromagnetic Pulse

44. IFPA National Security Update 8: The Trump Administration’s Space Force Proposal: Status and Prospects for Approval in Congress

45. IFPA National Security Update 7: The 2019 Missile Defense Review - Strengths and Weaknesses

46. China’s Smart Cities: The New Geopolitical Battleground

47. TechWomen Evaluation Report Year 7

48. Maneuver and Manipulation: On the Military Strategy of Online Information Warfare

49. Parameters VOL. 48 NO. 4 Winter 2018-19

50. The Need for a New U.S. Information Strategy for North Korea

51. Economic Dominance, Financial Technology, and the Future of U.S. Economic Coercion

52. Modernizing the Land-Based Leg of the Nuclear Triad: Myths and Facts

53. If You Can’t See ’em, You Can’t Shoot ’em: Improving US Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance, and Targeting

54. The US–China trade–tech stand-off and the need for EU action on export control

55. From Control to Crisis: Changing Trends and Policies Reshaping U.S.-Mexico Border Enforcement

56. Investing in the Neighborhood: Changing Mexico-U.S. Migration Patterns and Opportunities for Sustainable Cooperation

57. Whither US-China Trade War? Impacts on global trade, technology and finance, and strategies to mitigate risks

58. The Revolutionary Seeds of Mass Media

59. MAAS in and on the Media

60. The Work Ahead: Machines, Skills, and U.S. Leadership in the Twenty-First Century

61. Do Not Fall for the Hype on U.S.-China Natural Gas Trade

62. National Security Update 2: A Two-Pronged Strategy to Counter the Electromagnetic Pulse Threat and Its Potential Impacts