China’s Tech Outreach in the Middle East and North Africa
By Dale Aluf
Chinese companies, acting out of both economic and geostrategic motives, are providing much of the MENA region’s digital infrastructure.
Chinese Officers Charged in Plot to Obstruct US Huawei Probe
By Eric Tucker and Nomaan Merchant
Washington has long accused Beijing of meddling in U.S. political affairs and stealing secrets and intellectual property.
China’s Digital Inroads in the Global South
By Bryce C. Barros and Nathan Kohlenberg
China’s party-state is deepening its hold on the digital information ecosystems of developing countries.
Should Brazil Ban Huawei?
By Joseph Bouchard
The case for banning the Chinese telecoms firm is compelling, but such a move would carry a steep cost.
China’s Huawei Says 2021 Sales Down, Profit Up
By Joe McDonald
Huawei has stepped up an emphasis on the China market and on serving hospitals, mines, and other industrial customers with technologies that are less vulnerable to U.S. sanctions.
China and the ‘Asia-South America Digital Door’
By Lauren Ashmore
Chile’s project promoting digital connectivity to Asia has implications for the China-U.S. competition.
What Does Meng Wanzhou’s Release Mean for China-US Relations?
By Dingding Chen
In the short run, the relationship might become warmer, but the long-term technology competition is going to be tough.
Huawei Executive Resolves Criminal Charges in Deal With US
By Eric Tucker and Jim Mustian
The deferred prosecution agreement paves the way for Meng Wanzhou to be released in a case that has roiled China’s relationships with both Canada and the U.S.
What Will Happen in Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou’s Canada Extradition Case?
By Lizzi C. Lee
The latest hearings wrapped up on August 18 in a case that has attracted international attention and torpedoed Canada-China relations.
The Huawei Factor in US-India Relations
By Arindrajit Basu and Justin Sherman
U.S. and Indian decisions about Huawei have implications not just for their separate relations with China, but the U.S.-India bilateral as well.
China’s Digital Silk Road Initiative: A Boon for Developing Countries or a Danger to Freedom?
By Joshua Kurlantzick
Some observers worry that it will equip authoritarian governments with next-generation surveillance technologies.
Trump Bans US Investment in Chinese Military-Linked Firms
By Associated Press
It is Trump’s first major action toward China since he lost his reelection bid to challenger Joe Biden.