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Opinion

U.S. technology controls fail to account for Pacific allies

Shift from outdated mindset needed to support collective regional security

| U.S.
A Lockheed Martin missile is showcased at a U.S. Army expo in Huntsville, Alabama in March: While America still leads in many areas of technological innovation, it is not the sole source of cutting-edge advances.   © Reuters

Miah Hammond-Errey is director of the emerging technology program at the University of Sydney's United States Studies Center. Tom Corben is a research fellow in the foreign policy and defense program at the center.

Controlling the spread of sensitive technologies has served American interests well up until now.

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