China Boosts Semiconductor Subsidies as US Tightens Restrictions
By Arrian Ebrahimi
Further U.S. restrictions on investments in China have spurred Beijing to up the subsidy ante once again.
Can China Become the World Leader in Semiconductors?
By Justin Hodiak and Scott W. Harold
China’s semiconductor industry faces considerable challenges in reaching global leadership status. But don't assume it's impossible.
US-China Techno-Nationalism and the Decoupling of Innovation
By Alex Capri
As the U.S.-China rivalry spreads into the technology sector, it threatens to change the way centers of innovation can operate.
Will COVID-19 Bring Industrial Policy Back in Vogue?
By Stephen Olson
The pandemic has forced an overdue discussion on what we have inaccurately considered to be “free” markets and “free” trade.
Huawei, Tech Decoupling, and Great Power Competition
By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
Huawei’s fate is in the Trump administration’s hands.
Now Is a Critical Stage for China’s New Energy Vehicles
By Zachary Torrey
With government subsidies being slashed, it’s time to see if the industry can stand on its own.
What’s New About China’s Latest EU Policy Paper?
By Julian Chan
The last policy paper was issued just four years before. What changed?
Huawei’s Legal Woes and Tech ’Decoupling’ Between China and the West
By Ankit Panda
Huawei is just the beginning in a longer-term decoupling between the West and China.
Made in China 2025, Explained
By Elsa B. Kania
A deep dive into China’s techno-strategic ambitions for 2025 and beyond.
The Quest for 5G Technology Dominance: Impact on US National Security
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Brett Simpson.
The US-China Trade War Has No Winners—Yet
By Dingding Chen
Neither the United States nor China is winning right now and the trade war will be a long one.
Hidden Spies: Countering the Chinese Intelligence Threat
By Melodie Ha
Painting every Chinese student as an intelligence threat is not the way to counter economic and industrial espionage.