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Is China Stacking the Technology Deck by Setting International Standards?
December 02, 2021

Is China Stacking the Technology Deck by Setting International Standards?

By Danny Russel and Blake Berger
Though often overshadowed by China’s advances in technology, the state-directed strategy to set technological standards will have a lasting impact.

Huawei and China’s ‘Hostage Diplomacy’
November 01, 2021

Huawei and China’s ‘Hostage Diplomacy’

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Van Jackson.
Artificial Intelligence and Big Data in the Indo-Pacific
October 21, 2021

Artificial Intelligence and Big Data in the Indo-Pacific

By Jongsoo Lee
An interview with Simon Chesterman.

What Does Meng Wanzhou’s Release Mean for China-US Relations?
October 04, 2021

What Does Meng Wanzhou’s Release Mean for China-US Relations?

By Dingding Chen
In the short run, the relationship might become warmer, but the long-term technology competition is going to be tough.

Has the ‘China Initiative’ Run Its Course?
September 17, 2021

Has the ‘China Initiative’ Run Its Course?

By Shannon Tiezzi
After a resounding legal defeat, will the Justice Department change stance on the controversial program?

A Struggle for Information Control Between China’s Government and the Tech Giants
August 11, 2021

A Struggle for Information Control Between China’s Government and the Tech Giants

By Canghao Chen
The Chinese government risks becoming the primary obstacle to the advancement of the internet industry in China.

Why Is Beijing Micromanaging Its Technology Sector?
August 02, 2021

Why Is Beijing Micromanaging Its Technology Sector?

By Robert Farley
Micromanaging a technology ecosystem is enormously complex and difficult, even for a bureaucracy the size of the Chinese government.
TSMC and Samsung: Semiconductor Chip Shortage
July 29, 2021

TSMC and Samsung: Semiconductor Chip Shortage

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from David Yoffie.

The Promise and Peril of Technological Competition
June 12, 2021

The Promise and Peril of Technological Competition

By Jacob Parakilas
The Senate bill to increase U.S. technological competitiveness with China does not address the most important part of the competition to come.

What Would a US-Led Global Technology Alliance Look Like?
April 30, 2021

What Would a US-Led Global Technology Alliance Look Like?

By Ilan Goldenberg and Martijn Rasser
There’s been much talk of uniting tech-leading democracies to compete against China. What would that mean in practice?

China and Artificial Intelligence
April 19, 2021

China and Artificial Intelligence

By Sara Hsu
China has made technological strides in the AI field. Should that be viewed as a threat?
Can Japan and the US Lead the Way to 6G?
April 13, 2021

Can Japan and the US Lead the Way to 6G?

By James L. Schoff and Joshua Levy
The Biden-Suga summit this week will help set the tone on the allies’ cooperation on “Beyond 5G” technologies.

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