Coordinating a Competitive 5G Strategy among Freemarket Democracies


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Huawei’s potential domination of 5G markets brings with it significant economic and national security risks. Concerns of unfair trade practices and compromise of 5G networks by China are intertwined. These two problems need to be treated independently. Deter unfair trade practices, but also devise smart industrial policies to encourage 5G and national security review of foreign 5G equipment.

Pre-Requisites: Experience in national security, diplomacy, 5G technical and policy issues, technical risk as a policy issue. Concerns surrounding China's economic policies, including economic espionage.

Executive summary
https://spfusa.org/research/meeting-the-5g-challenge/

Full whitepaper
https://spfusa.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/TCSC-National-Security-Strategy-for-5G-Dec-2019.pdf


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Admiral Dennis Blair

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Chairman and Senior Research Fello, Sasakawa USA

Michael Chertoff

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Co-Founder and Executive Chairman, Chertoff Group

Arthur Coviello

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Venture Partner, Rally Ventures

William Roth

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Fellow, Sasakawa USA

Christy Wyatt

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President and CEO, Absolute

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