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NSI Experts React to Congress's China Commission Annual Report

In this special edition podcast, tune in to hear from NSI experts regarding the Commission’s Annual Report, which examines China's alternative norms and standards; its growing power projection; and other important developments in 2020.


NSI experts provide their perspectives on the Report’s findings and recommendations, including the threats China's model of governance poses to the United States and its manipulation of international standards bodies. They also share their insights for how the new Biden administration and new Congress may move forward. Hear from:


  • Megan Ammirati, NSI Visiting Fellow and China Analyst, TextOre
  • Megan Brown, NSI Senior Fellow and Partner, Wiley Rein LLP
  • Giovanna Cinelli, NSI Visiting Fellow and Partner, Morgan Lewis
  • Lori Gordon, NSI Visiting Fellow and Civil Systems Protection Lead, Aerospace Corporation
  • Jamil Jaffer, NSI Founder and Executive Director
  • Andy Keiser, NSI Fellow and former Senior Advisor, House Intelligence Committee
  • Gentry Lane, NSI Visiting Fellow and CEO and Founder, ANOVA Intelligence
  • Andrea Limbago, NSI Senior Fellow and Vice President of Research and Analysis, Interos
  • Katie Moussouris, NSI Visiting Fellow and Founder and CEO, Luta Security
  • Lester Munson, NSI Senior Fellow and former Staff Director, Senate Foreign Relations Committee


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