Breaking the Internet: China-US Competition Over Technology Standards
By Joshua Park
High-tech middle powers like Japan and South Korea will be crucial to avoiding a “splinternet.”
Japan’s Lesson for the World: Robots Won’t Save Us
By Paul Christensen
Rethinking Japan’s global relevance in the 21st century.
Japan Looks to India’s Growing Tech Talent Pool
By Thisanka Siripala
With competition to recruit IT engineers intensifying, Japan is extending its talent search to emerging economies like India.
Not Only China: Quantum Satellite Communication on the Rise in the Indo-Pacific
By Mayuko Yatsu
Many Indo-Pacific nations have joined the race to develop quantum-related technologies.
Toshiba's Chip Unit Saga Drags on
By Mina Pollmann
Opposition to the sale from a partner is keeping Toshiba from sealing the deal.