China's Tech Sector Is in Trouble
By Viola Rothschild and Benjamin Della Rocca
Chinese tech workers are stuck in the cold as relations with the US freeze.
Huawei, China, and Trump’s Trade War
By Shannon Tiezzi
What to make of a Huawei ban as trade tensions between the U.S. and China soar.
How China’s AI Technology Exports Are Seeding Surveillance Societies Globally
By Scott N. Romaniuk & Tobias Burgers
China is exploring technologies that enable high tech state authoritarianism.
Tech Firms Are Boosting China’s Cyber Power
By Sarah Cook
Cooperation with the CCP, often mandatory, carries risks as well as benefits.
Why Did Australia Block Huawei, ZTE From 5G Roll out?
By Grant Wyeth
The Diplomat spoke to Bates Gill about the decision and Canberra's relations with Beijing.
Limiting Foreign Investment to Protect U.S. Economic Security: Business Implications
By John Taishu Pitt
National security-motivated efforts to limit foreign investment in the United States may have negative consequences.
What Chinese Companies Can Learn From ZTE’s Mistakes
By Xiaomeng Lu
Some advice for Chinese tech companies looking to go global.
China’s National Media Places Rare Blame on ZTE
By Charlotte Gao
In exchange for sanctions lifting, ZTE agrees to pay an additional $1 billion penalty to the U.S government.
Impact of Qualcomm and ZTE Cases on US-China Trade War
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Andrew Gilholm.
The Fall of ZTE – Even Copying Wasn't an Option
By Bonnie Girard
China still finds itself at arm's length from achieving true excellence in cutting-edge, core technologies.
Xi Doubles Down on China’s Cyber Goals and Semiconductor Plans
By Jesse Heatley
China's president urges China to speed up its semiconductor strategy in the face of foreign pressure and growing tech demands.
Why US Sanctions Are So Lethal
By Alex Capri
The anatomy of a Chinese tech-company disaster.