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.
It’s Time to Appoint a US Special Envoy for Semiconductors
By Alexandra Seymour
A special envoy’s first job would be to establish a singular voice for U.S. semiconductor policy to address existing tensions in its international and domestic approaches.
Source: Dutch, Japanese Join US Limits on Chip Tech to China
By Dee-Ann Durbin and Aamer Madhani
The deal hasn't yet been formally announced, but a source told the AP that the U.S., Japan, and the Netherlands have come to an agreement.
‘Chip War’: The China-US Competition for Critical Technology
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Chris Miller.
India-US Semiconductor Cooperation
By Shaumik Ghosh
Can India insert itself into the pantheon of global chipmakers with a little help from Washington?
How the US Can Win the Chips War With China
By Seth D. Kaplan
Special manufacturing innovation zones are a better option than the subsidies found in the CHIPS Act.
The China-US Tech War: What’s Next?
Johanna Costigan, Shihoko Goto, and Alexandra Seymour the China-U.S. competition for tech dominance and the implications for third countries.
The Chip 4 Alliance Might Work on Paper, But Problems Will Persist
By Arjun Gargeyas
Can an envisioned supply chain partnership between the U.S., Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan actually become a reality?
Biden’s Uphill Battle to Restructure the Global Semiconductor Sector
By Tian He and Anton Malkin
Is it possible – or advisable – to remake global value chains in order to boost U.S. national security?
East Asian Firms Are Critical to America’s Semiconductor Success
By Kuancheng Huang, Chien-Huei Wu, and Nai-Yu Chen
Cutting foreign partners out of the CHIPS for America Act would be catastrophic for the U.S. semiconductor ecosystem.
Can an Antifragile Mindset Help Reframe the China-US Tech Rivalry?
By Manoj Harjani and Tan Ming Hui
If removed from its zero-sum framing, the China-U.S. tech competition could actually be good for both countries in the long term.
Are Semiconductors a National Security Issue?
By Chi-hung Wei
It has become conventional wisdom in the United States that semiconductor manufacturing is a security issue. But that view is mistaken.