regarded as a national security problem. Even with the adoption of such a prism, a number of difficult questions remain, such as definitions of critical technologies and predictions of impacts on U.S. capacity to innovate in the long run. Focusing on the effects on innovative capability provides a foundation for addressing these complex issues.
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