Unwanted Foreign Transfers of U.S. Technology: Proposed Prevention Strategies

William Hannas

Huey-Meei Chang

September 10, 2021

The transfer of national security relevant technology—to peer competitors especially—is a well-documented problem and must be balanced with the benefits of free exchange. The following propositions covering six facets of the transfer issue reflect CSET’s current recommendations on the matter.

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