January 28, 2022
India’s Semiconductor Pursuit
By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
New Delhi is clearly making a push to expand its capabilities in the critical semiconductor industry.
September 07, 2021
Mapping China’s Place in the Global Semiconductor Industry
By John Lee and Jan-Peter Kleinhans
China’s national interests and supply chain security for the most “core” of technologies.
July 13, 2021
Why US-China Rivalry Might Be Good for Singapore’s Semiconductor Industry
By James Guild
Global chip-makers are diversifying their supply chains to hedge against the risks of growing geopolitical competition.
May 28, 2021
Time for a ‘Semi-Quad’ Alliance
By Che-Jen Wang
The U.S., Japan, Taiwan, and South Korea must work together to safeguard global supply chains for semiconductors.
February 27, 2021
Is Taiwan a Ticking Time Bomb in the Semiconductor Supply Chain?
By Kevin Curran
The overwhelming reliance on Taiwan for critical supply elements creates a combustible situation for the global economy.
February 25, 2021
Biden to Order a Review of US Supply Chains for Vital Goods
By Associated Press
Over the past year, the fragility of vital supply chains has been revealed repeatedly.
December 10, 2020
Taiwan, Chips, and Geopolitics: Part 1
By John Lee
Taiwan’s TSMC is a critical part of the global semiconductor supply chain. What does that mean for the U.S. and China’s Taiwan policies?
November 14, 2020
Israeli Semiconductors and the US-China Tech War
By Dale Aluf
With its strong tech industry, Israel has emerged as a rare beneficiary of the U.S.-China rivalry – for now.
February 29, 2020
The Future of AI Depends on Asia
By Helena Domashneva
Recent geopolitical, economic and epidemic shocks in Asia reveal the real value of the region in the global economy and its future impact on world’s technological development.
January 10, 2019
Is This the End of South Korea’s Semi-Charmed Export Life?
By Troy Stangarone
Live by the semiconductor, die by the semiconductor.
May 09, 2018
Decoding China's Aerospace Technology Transfer Strategy
By Robert Farley
China’s own technology transfer policies may be keeping Chinese firms from accessing the world's most advanced equipment.