Many Americans believed that our country had achieved a degree of energy independence, if not dominance, based on increasing domestic oil production. We became complacent about the fundamental energy security challenges the U.S. has faced for nearly a half-century that never really went away. Consequently, America has mostly postponed the long-term solution, which is ending […]
SAFE Commanding Heights Book Discussion With Isaac Stone Fish
The relationship between the United States and China has gone through a myriad of changes over the past several decades, from partners to strategic competitors. How did we get here, and as China’s influence in the U.S. strengthens and our dangerous dependency grows, what does the future hold for Sino-American relations? Watch SAFE Commanding Heights’ […]
CHIPS Act and Onward: Next Steps to Reshore Semiconductor Manufacturing
Commanding Heights Joins IWP: Does America have the Industrial Base it needs to be a Great Power?
On January 27, The Institute of World Politics (IWP) hosted Dr. Jeb Nadaner, Executive Vice President of Government & Public Affairs and Executive Director of SAFE Commanding Heights, to speak on America’s deindustrialization, its impact on the country, and the steps needed to restore the industrial base. Moderated by IWP President Dr. James Anderson, the […]
A Time To Choose: How The U.S. And Allies Can Maintain Semiconductor Leadership
From the F-35 to electric vehicles, semiconductors play a critical and strategic role both in our nation’s economic ambitions and U.S. national security goals. This role will only grow in importance, but the chronic semiconductor shortage is hampering the United States’ post-COVID economic recovery—and highlighting U.S. semiconductor supply chain vulnerabilities. Against this background, what can […]