China’s Pursuit of Autonomous Machine Computing Self-Sufficiency
By Shaoshan Liu
The development of computing chips for autonomous machines is China’s only missing link in completing its self-reliant autonomous machine ecosystem.
Can the Biden-Xi Summit Chart the Course to a Stabilized China-US Economic Relationship?
By Bai Peng
The differing interpretations of de-risking by China and the United States highlight the profound unease with which they view the current state and trajectory of their economic relations.
What Does Huawei’s Homemade Chip Really Mean for China’s Semiconductor Industry?
By Megha Shrivastava
In the end, the breakthrough may be largely symbolic – but that's precisely how it will have the biggest impact.
Fostering Global Collaboration Amid Volatile Geopolitics and Technology Bans
By Sebastian Contin Trillo-Figueroa and Dingding Chen
No country can go it alone in today's interconnected world. Here's a potential path back to global cooperation to facilitate the sharing of technological advancements and the assurance of collective security.
Can Economic Ties Continue to Power China-US Relations?
By Shannon Tiezzi
A visit to China by the U.S. commerce secretary saw more deliverables than any other recent exchange, but there are still hard limits on what can be achieved.
How Will China’s Rare Earth Export Controls Impact Japan?
By Nicolas Velez
Access to gallium, in particular, is crucial for Japan’s defense and energy priorities.
Can US High-tech Restrictions on China Succeed?
By Bates Gill and Konrad Lee
U.S. export controls on China are set to tighten further, but will create many challenges, including in relations with Washington’s European and Asian allies.
The Current State of U.S.-China Chip Competition
By Lucas Browne and Zachary Durkee
China has yet to substantively respond to the export controls targeting its chip industry, but may do so as restrictions tighten and loopholes are closed.
Can Huawei Defy Geopolitical Gravity This Time?
By Lyu Jiaran and Dingding Chen
The White House is considering blocking Huawei's access to items below the 5G level, a move that would have a far-reaching impact on the Chinese tech giant.
Europe’s Misgivings About Sanctions Don’t Bode Well for US Export Controls
By Michael Laha
Agathe Demarais’ new book “Backfire: How Sanctions Reshape the World Against U.S. Interests” has important insights for the future of U.S. China policy.
China’s New Weapon in the US Trade War: The Export Control Law
By Shannon Tiezzi
China now has an answer to the United States' Entity List. How will Beijing use its version?
Why US Export Control Policy Matters
By Robert Farley
Export controls are one of the most important tools of U.S. policy toward a rising China.