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Will Iraq’s Prime Minister Sudani Visit China?

Will Iraq’s Prime Minister Sudani Visit China?

By Sardar Aziz
The Iraqi prime minister, Mohammed Shia al-Sudani, has been invited to Beijing, but it appears that the Iraqi side is reluctant. Why?

Escape From Involution: The Overseas Expansion of Chinese Technology Companies

Escape From Involution: The Overseas Expansion of Chinese Technology Companies

By Shaoshan Liu
The strategic shift of Chinese tech companies toward overseas markets underscores a critical juncture in China’s technological trajectory. 
Huawei’s Growing Presence in Central Asia’s Telecom Industry

Huawei’s Growing Presence in Central Asia’s Telecom Industry

By Berikbol Dukeyev, Dilfuza Mirzakhmedova, and Madina Tursonova
In both Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, Huawei has positioned itself as a major player in the telecommunications market.

What Does Huawei’s Homemade Chip Really Mean for China’s Semiconductor Industry?

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.

Fostering Global Collaboration Amid Volatile Geopolitics and Technology Bans

Fostering Global Collaboration Amid Volatile Geopolitics and Technology Bans

By Sebastian Contin Trillo-Figueroa and Dingding Chen
No country can go it alone in today's interconnected world. Here's a potential path back to global cooperation to facilitate the sharing of technological advancements and the assurance of collective security.

What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?
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What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?

‘Wireless Wars’: How China (Almost) Came to Dominate 5G

‘Wireless Wars’: How China (Almost) Came to Dominate 5G

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Jonathan Pelson.

How Big is China’s Footprint in Southeast Asia’s Telecom Sector?

How Big is China’s Footprint in Southeast Asia’s Telecom Sector?

By James Guild
The extent to which the region's governments are willing to engage with Chinese firms, and the risks they perceive in doing so, vary widely.
How China Is Attempting to Control the ‘Information Pipes’

How China Is Attempting to Control the ‘Information Pipes’

By Joshua Kurlantzick
In addition to beaming out its perspectives via Chinese state media, Beijing is aspiring to control both the structure and norms of global information networks.

Can Huawei Defy Geopolitical Gravity This Time?

Can Huawei Defy Geopolitical Gravity This Time?

By Lyu Jiaran and Dingding Chen
The White House is considering blocking Huawei's access to items below the 5G level, a move that would have a far-reaching impact on the Chinese tech giant. 

China’s Huawei Looks to Ports, Factories to Rebuild Sales

China’s Huawei Looks to Ports, Factories to Rebuild Sales

By Joe McDonald
Huawei is reinventing itself as a supplier of self-driving cars and automated industrial tech after U.S. sanctions crushed its smartphone brand.

Will China’s Technology Be a Game-Changer in the Post-Pandemic Era?

Will China’s Technology Be a Game-Changer in the Post-Pandemic Era?

By Dingding Chen
China’s tech sector is embracing automation and digitization just as the country transitions to the post-COVID era.
Countering China in Africa by Reaffirming US Tech Leadership

Countering China in Africa by Reaffirming US Tech Leadership

By Sam Howell
To effectively mitigate the influence of Huawei and other Chinese tech giants in Africa, the U.S. must position itself as a willing and reliable alternative partner.

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