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Virtual Discussion on Industry’s Role in Geostrategic Competition, co-hosted with AEI

June 27, 2022 @ 11:00 am 12:00 pm EDT

Moderated by retired Army General Joseph Votel, BENS will cohost a timely virtual panel discussion with the American Enterprise Insititute to outline steps private industry should take to ensure the U.S. continues to outcompete a pacing China. Joining the panel will be AEI Senior Fellows Mackenzie Eaglen and Derek Scissors, along with BENS Competitiveness Council Vice Chair Anthony Vinci.


Cost: $Free



American Enterprise Institute and BENS event: Industry's Role In Geostrategic Competition

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