Articles On: Technology Dominance, Transatlantic Competition, India, Chinese Investors, Cold War, US-China Decoupling, and Monitoring Foreign Science and Technology

Sunday, February 7, 2021

THIS SECTION HIGHLIGHTS ARTICLES AND REPORTS ON THE HARMFUL IMPACTS OF THE COMMERCIAL AND ECONOMIC POLICIES EMPLOYED BY THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY.

 

The West needs to respond to China’s bid for technology dominance: New report
via London School of Economics on January 28, 2021


Protect, Constrain, Contest: Approaches for coordinated transatlantic economic and technological competition with China
by Francois Chimits, Ashley Lenihan, Jonathan Liebenau, Stephen Paduano, Anthony Vinci and Peter Watkins
via London School of Economics on January 27, 2021


China still ‘largest source of critical items’ for India
by Ananth Krishnan
via The Hindu on January 30, 2021


Government ‘SWAT Team’ Is Reviewing Past Startup Deals Tied to Chinese Investors
by Heather Somerville
via Wall Street Journal on January 31, 2021


What the Cold War can teach Washington about Chinese tech tensions
by Brendan Thomas-Noone
via Brookings on January 12, 2021


Degrees of Separation: A Targeted Approach to U.S.-China Decoupling
by Stephanie Segal and Dylan Gerstel
via Center for Strategic and International Studies on February 2021


China’s STI Operations: Monitoring Foreign Science and Technology Through Open Sources
by William Hannas and Huey-Meei Chang
via Center for Security and Emerging Technology on January 2021