Both China and the U.S. believe that protecting certain technologies is necessary for the protection of their own national security, says Charlene Barshefsy, a former top U.S. official. She hopes that these definitions of national security don’t swallow up economic activity between the two countries.
This interview is part of a special series of conversations conducted with speakers at the 2023 Hong Kong Forum on U.S.-China Relations.
Part 1: Forum+ | Longlasting Impacts | Charlene Barshefsky
Part 2: Forum+ | Assessing Risk | Charlene Barshefsky
Part 3: Forum+ | Technological Protection | Charlene Barshefsky