As the United States struggles to emerge from recession, India and China's continued robust growth is the subject of much interest and concern. Council on Foreign Relations CFR Senior Fellow Adam Segal will talk about his new book Advantage: How American Innovation Can Overcome the Asian Challenge , analyzing Asia's technological rise, questioning assumptions about the United States inevitable decline, and explaining how America can preserve and improve its position in the global economy by optimizing its strength of moving ideas from the lab to the marketplace.
In his book, Segal argues that the emergence of India and China does not mean the end of American economic and technological power.
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Instead, the United States should now leverage its many advantages. Through his research, Segal concludes the United States has an advantage over Asia in the realm of the software of innovation. Adam Segal is the Ira A. An expert on security issues, technology development, and Chinese domestic and foreign policy, Dr.
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Segal currently leads study groups on cybersecurity and cyber conflict as well as Asian innovation and technological entrepreneurship. Norton, looks at the technological rise of Asia.
Segal is a research associate of the National Asia Research Program and was the project director for a CFR-sponsored independent task force on Chinese military modernization. Before coming to CFR, Dr. There, he wrote about missile defense, nuclear weapons, and Asian security issues. He has taught at Vassar College and Columbia University.
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