As policymakers grapple with how to handle advances in generative AI, fostering continued innovation and being clear-eyed about the national security implications of generative AI will be critical.
This brief outlines why a successful, multilateral semiconductor export control regime requires an aligned, global approach across many stakeholders, as well as a nuanced understanding of the Chinese government’s likely response (and a willingness to withstand that response).
China is cracking down on foreign and foreign-facing companies, launching raids and investigations, freezing acquisitions, and arresting Chinese and foreign nationals. This brief outlines how the U.S. government and American companies operating in China should prepare for ongoing Chinese pressure.
The world is in midst of a technological revolution as the United States, its allies, and its adversaries make rapid technological advancement. But the DoD is not doing nearly enough to keep up. Here is a plan of action for the DoD and Congress to begin this necessary twenty-first century DoD transformation.
Published February 9, 2023
The sunset of the current EINSTEIN authorization provides a unique opportunity to fortify the cybersecurity of federal networks. Recommendations for Congress.
Published July 7, 2022
Policymakers should support the development and implementation of a focused technology policy in key areas where government support can benefit U.S. economic and national security. Read FAL's recommendations.
Published May 23, 2022
In November, Russia demonstrated that it possesses the capability to strike at Western satellites. In the absence of leadership and preparation, the likelihood of a catastrophic collision affecting America’s capability on-orbit is increasingly possible. Here's what to do and know.
Published April 18, 2022