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How China’s AI Technology Exports Are Seeding Surveillance Societies Globally
October 18, 2018
How China’s AI Technology Exports Are Seeding Surveillance Societies Globally
China is exploring technologies that enable high tech state authoritarianism.
How China’s AI Technology Exports Are Seeding Surveillance Societies Globally
Tech Firms Are Boosting China’s Cyber Power
September 25, 2018
Tech Firms Are Boosting China’s Cyber Power
Cooperation with the CCP, often mandatory, carries risks as well as benefits.
Tech Firms Are Boosting China’s Cyber Power
Why Did Australia Block Huawei, ZTE From 5G Roll out?
August 28, 2018
Why Did Australia Block Huawei, ZTE From 5G Roll out?
The Diplomat spoke to Bates Gill about the decision and Canberra's relations with Beijing.
Why Did Australia Block Huawei, ZTE From 5G Roll out?
Limiting Foreign Investment to Protect U.S. Economic Security: Business Implications
June 19, 2018
Limiting Foreign Investment to Protect U.S. Economic Security: Business Implications
National security-motivated efforts to limit foreign investment in the United States may have negative consequences.
Limiting Foreign Investment to Protect U.S. Economic Security: Business Implications
What Chinese Companies Can Learn From ZTE’s Mistakes
June 12, 2018
What Chinese Companies Can Learn From ZTE’s Mistakes
Some advice for Chinese tech companies looking to go global.
What Chinese Companies Can Learn From ZTE’s Mistakes
China’s National Media Places Rare Blame on ZTE
June 09, 2018
China’s National Media Places Rare Blame on ZTE
In exchange for sanctions lifting, ZTE agrees to pay an additional $1 billion penalty to the U.S government.
China’s National Media Places Rare Blame on ZTE
Impact of Qualcomm and ZTE Cases on US-China Trade War
May 15, 2018
Impact of Qualcomm and ZTE Cases on US-China Trade War
Insights from Andrew Gilholm.
Impact of Qualcomm and ZTE Cases on US-China Trade War
The Fall of ZTE – Even Copying Wasn't an Option
May 02, 2018
The Fall of ZTE – Even Copying Wasn't an Option
China still finds itself at arm's length from achieving true excellence in cutting-edge, core technologies.
The Fall of ZTE – Even Copying Wasn't an Option
Xi Doubles Down on China’s Cyber Goals and Semiconductor Plans
April 26, 2018
Xi Doubles Down on China’s Cyber Goals and Semiconductor Plans
China's president urges China to speed up its semiconductor strategy in the face of foreign pressure and growing tech demands.
Xi Doubles Down on China’s Cyber Goals and Semiconductor Plans
Why US Sanctions Are So Lethal
February 23, 2018
Why US Sanctions Are So Lethal
The anatomy of a Chinese tech-company disaster.
Why US Sanctions Are So Lethal
US Looks to Sanction Chinese Telecoms Firm for Trade With Iran
March 08, 2016
US Looks to Sanction Chinese Telecoms Firm for Trade With Iran
The proposed sanctions against ZTE stem from its plan to export U.S. equipment to Iran back in 2012.
US Looks to Sanction Chinese Telecoms Firm for Trade With Iran
Casualties of Cyber Warfare
August 25, 2014
Casualties of Cyber Warfare
American and Chinese companies are getting caught in the crossfire of the brewing cyber war.
Casualties of Cyber Warfare
U.S.Trade War With China?
April 05, 2013
U.S.Trade War With China?
“The U.S. should not have to compromise its national security to uphold free trade – but following China’s example is not the way to do it.”
U.S.Trade War With China?
Playing the Protectionism Game
October 22, 2012
Playing the Protectionism Game
Despite accusations from Chinese firms trying to gain entry into American markets, Beijing protects its own “strategic sectors.”
Playing the Protectionism Game
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