What Does Huawei’s Homemade Chip Really Mean for China’s Semiconductor Industry?
By Megha Shrivastava
In the end, the breakthrough may be largely symbolic – but that's precisely how it will have the biggest impact.
Can US High-tech Restrictions on China Succeed?
By Bates Gill and Konrad Lee
U.S. export controls on China are set to tighten further, but will create many challenges, including in relations with Washington’s European and Asian allies.
China’s Ban of Micron Puts South Korea in the Worst of Both Worlds
By Troy Stangarone
South Korean firms are China’s main alternatives to Micron, dragging Seoul farther into the China-U.S. semiconductor dispute.
Decoding China’s Escalation of the Chip War
By Megha Shrivastava
Beijing’s ban on U.S. chipmaker Micron is its first in-kind retaliation to numerous U.S. policies targeting China's semiconductor firms.
Beijing’s Bid to Overhaul China’s Tech-Finance Nexus
By Dan Macklin
Will reforms and crackdowns help to advance China’s core technology capabilities?
The Current State of U.S.-China Chip Competition
By Lucas Browne and Zachary Durkee
China has yet to substantively respond to the export controls targeting its chip industry, but may do so as restrictions tighten and loopholes are closed.
It’s Time to Appoint a US Special Envoy for Semiconductors
By Alexandra Seymour
A special envoy’s first job would be to establish a singular voice for U.S. semiconductor policy to address existing tensions in its international and domestic approaches.
The Future of the China-US Chip War
By Zhuoran Li
Beijing sees no choice but to have the state take control of its tech industry amid U.S. pressure. But past experience shows that the big semiconductor push will bring complications.
Why the Netherlands Should Restrict Semiconductor Tech Exports to China
By Gerrit van der Wees
In the long run, restricting the supply of ASML machines to China is in the company's own best interests.
Source: Dutch, Japanese Join US Limits on Chip Tech to China
By Dee-Ann Durbin and Aamer Madhani
The deal hasn't yet been formally announced, but a source told the AP that the U.S., Japan, and the Netherlands have come to an agreement.
Bargaining Chips: US Allies and Export Controls
By Emily Benson
New controls, if maintained, enforced, and ultimately supported by allies, have the potential to reshape the world’s most consequential economic relationships.
Why Europe Struggles With US Export Controls on China
By Antonia Hmaidi and Rebecca Arcesati
In October, the U.S. passed sweeping new export controls on China. It has not been as easy for the United States to gain buy-in as some in Washington expected.