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.
The Transition to the Autonomy Economy and China-US Tech Competition
By Shaoshan Liu
With the explosive growth of autonomous machines in both form factors and functions, we may have entered a new technological era. Which country will lead this next phase?
Beyond Defense: China’s Pursuit of Unorthodox Force Multipliers
By Ron Matthews and Fitriani Bintang Timur
From animal mimicry to neuroscience, there is a hidden arms race underway in areas beyond “defense,” as traditionally understood.
Biden Issues Executive Order Restricting US Investments in Chinese Technology
By Josh Boak
The order will block U.S. investments in Chinese companies working on advanced computer chips, micro electronics, quantum information technologies, and artificial intelligence.
China’s Censors Back Down on Generative AI
By Rebecca Arcesati and Vincent Brussee
The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) has had a tough awakening that it needs to balance control and censorship with freedom for technological development.
China-US Subsea Sparring and the Global Internet
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from April Herlevi.
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.
China Isn’t Losing Sleep Over ChatGPT
By Micah Musser
If there is an “AI race” between China and the U.S., it’s not over generative AI or language modeling.
Elon Musk’s Chinese Odyssey
By Marina Yue Zhang
Can entrepreneurs like Musk thaw the tech competition deadlock between China and the United States?
TikTok and Beyond: How China’s Ascendancy in Digital Technology Challenges the Global Order
By Marina Yue Zhang
This isn’t just a feud between two great powers; it’s a competition for a new world order in cyberspace.
China’s Ban of Micron Puts South Korea in the Worst of Both Worlds
By Troy Stangarone
South Korean firms are China’s main alternatives to Micron, dragging Seoul farther into the China-U.S. semiconductor dispute.
Decoding China’s Escalation of the Chip War
By Megha Shrivastava
Beijing’s ban on U.S. chipmaker Micron is its first in-kind retaliation to numerous U.S. policies targeting China's semiconductor firms.