Despite China-US Dialogues, Semiconductor Supply Chain Remains Uncertain
By Darson Chiu and Arisa Liu
The Biden administration is picking up the pace of engagements with China, while simultaneously continuing to tighten restrictions on China’s access to chip technology.
‘Wireless Wars’: How China (Almost) Came to Dominate 5G
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Jonathan Pelson.
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.
China Threatens US Entities Over Downing of Balloon
By Associated Press
The threat came after the U.S. sanctioned six Chinese entities it said are linked to Beijing's aerospace surveillance program.
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 Semiconductor Breakthrough
By Che-Jen Wang
SMIC’s 7nm process advancement – despite heavy U.S. sanctions – will have major implications for East Asia.
Where Is China-US Technology Competition Going?
By Dingding Chen and Wang Lei
The case of Huawei shows the extent -- and limits -- of U.S. attempts to curtail China's technology industry.
The Biden Administration’s China Sanctions Dilemma
By Jin Kai
Washington keeps adding new sanctions on China, despite a distinct lack of results.
What to Expect From China’s New Anti-Sanctions Law
By Edward Lehman and Jed Rothstein
The law is vague enough to allow China maximum flexibility in implementation.
China Passes New Law on ‘Countering Foreign Sanctions’
By Shannon Tiezzi
The law provides a legal framework for China to retaliate against foreign sanctions targeting its companies and individuals.
Survey: US Public Supports Action on China’s Human Rights Abuses
By Carolyn Brueggemann, Josie Coyle, Justine Davis, Miriam Dawson, and Timothy S. Rich
The U.S. government frequently criticizes China’s government for human rights violations. What do Americans think?