Farley on Patents and Power: Where Intellectual Property Law and Military Technology Meet
By Catherine Putz
“There is a tight connection between the development of intellectual property protection and the modern defense industrial base.”
The G20 Comes to Japan: Making Sense of the Osaka Agenda
By Wrenn Yennie Lindgren
How do the outcomes of the G-20’s eight engagement groups factor into this year’s Osaka Summit?
Huawei’s Long Road to Global Tech Leadership
By Dingding Chen
Can Huawei become a global leader in the tech sector? It’s possible, but obstacles remain.
Russia's Innovation Facade
By Dmitriy Frolovskiy
Russia's state-controlled push for innovation is widely discussed, but has had little real impact.
How to Boost Innovation in Asia
By Shamshad Akhtar
Promoting science, technology, and innovation will be crucial to achieving sustainable development.
A Dual-Use Dilemma in US-China Defense Industrial Interaction
By Robert Farley
China may be gaining access to U.S. tech through perfectly legal means. What can the United States do?
There's an App For That (in Myanmar)
By Poppy McPherson
Emerging from years of censorship to capitalize on growing demand for local apps, developers jump straight to mobile.
India and the Culture of Innovation
By Asit K. Biswas and Kris Hartley
It has potential, but India won’t see innovation gains without cultural and institutional change.
Asia Leads Innovation Race
By Anthony Fensom
Asia fares well in a recent ranking of the world’s most innovative countries.
India’s Growth Story Needs a New Actor
By Narain D. Batra
The country needs to go beyond its current IT sector in developing knowledge workers.
Asian Firms Shine at Sustainability Awards
By Anthony Fensom
The region’s companies have an impressive presence in the latest green rankings.
Sea Power: The Battle for Innovation
By James R. Holmes
Stasis is the enemy of competitive enterprises like sea power. But how to cultivate innovation?