Table of Contents
|SUMMARY REMARKS OF THE CHAIRMAN||1-8|
|TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCE AND THE INFORMATION REVOLUTION||9-12|
|U.S. NATIONAL SECURITY INTERESTS||13-22|
|THE INFORMATION REVOLUTION AND CHALLENGES TO U.S. ECONOMIC COMPETITIVENESS||23-30|
|THE ROLE OF INFORMATION MANAGEMENT IN THE CONDUCT OF FOREIGN POLICY||31-36|
|THE PROMOTION OF FUNDAMENTAL FREEDOMS AND VALUES||37-40|
|APPENDIX A: List of Workshop Participants||41-42|
|APPENDIX B: Workshop Agenda||43-46|
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