American Competitiveness and National Security – Podcast

posted by American Security Project on February 22, 2013 at 4:29 pm

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At a time when the United States’ national debt dominates public discourse, what other long-term issues are determining America’s international competitiveness? When other countries’ strengths in education outpace the U.S., at what point is national security affected? 

Yesterday experts on American Competitiveness discussed the key issues involved and how we can overcome the challenges we face.

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The Event was hosted by:

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Check Out ASP’s White Paper on American Competitiveness click below:

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Read more about ASP’s work on American Competitiveness here

 

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