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Washington Post
Policymakers from both parties should be able to agree on a broad innovation agenda, but we seem incapable of doing that, says Robert Atkinson.
US News and World Report
The growth of connected cars is raising new questions for policymakers.
Reuters
U.S. firms like IBM and Cisco seek to restore trust with Chinese regulators post-PRISM.
McClatchy
Given the growth of the cloud sector, this is a bad time for the American brand to lose luster, says Daniel Castro.
The Hill
India's current trade policies are threatening American jobs, says Stephen Ezell.

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