The US Needs an Industrial Policy for Cybersecurity
Vinod K. Aggarwal and Andrew W. Reddie
Defense One, 2019
President Trump’s recent Executive Order restricting the use of Huawei’s telecommunications equipment was hardly the first time the U.S. government has intervened in the private sector for purposes of national security […]
Reflections on the INF Withdrawal
Andrew W. Reddie
Center for Strategic and International Studies, 2019
Two weeks ago, the Trump administration announced that it intends to suspend its commitment to the INF Treaty and exercise Article XV of the Treaty. This article reflects on the significance of the treaty and what its suspension might mean for U.S. nuclear policy moving forward.
Challenges for Industrial Upgrading in the Malaysian Solar Industry
BASC conference on Key Issues in the Global Economy, 2019
Regulators Join Tech Rivalry with National-Security Blocks on Cross-Border Investment
Vinod K. Aggarwal and Andrew Reddie Global Asia, 2019
Vinod K. Aggarwal and Andrew W. Reddie lay out the wide-ranging regulatory frameworks being put into place to submit foreign direct investment to greater scrutiny on national-security grounds. They are a new battleground in the war for technological supremacy.
Cyber Industrial Policy in an Era of Strategic Competition
Vinod K. Aggarwal and Andrew Reddie Center for Long-term Cybersecurity White Paper Series, 2019
This paper provides an overview of many of the industrial policy approaches available to policymakers seeking to advance their cybersecurity industries, with an investigation of the consequences of policies for national and international economies as well as global governance frameworks.