“Concern over China’s rise is already widespread among members of both parties, as is a sense that the United States is not doing enough to compete with China in the technological realm. And while some might question the need for more ships and planes to confront the Chinese, few debate the need for increased investment in advanced technologies. ‘We believe we have powerful bipartisan consensus to win the technology competition with our strategic competitors,’ said commission vice-chair Robert Work, a former deputy secretary of defense, when submitting the final report. ‘The next necessary step is to organize to compete and win that competition…'”

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