Mega-Tendințe: Decuplarea SUA-China

Innovation PowerEric Schmidt, Foreign Affairs, 28.02.23
Why Technology Will Define the Future of Geopolitics

Why China’s Tech Dominance Is Not Inevitable – FP, 3.07.23
Technologist Dan Wang on the impact of U.S. sanctions on Beijing. By Ravi Agrawal, the editor in chief of Foreign Policy


Biden Needs to Broaden Semiconductor Sanctions on China – FP, 3.04.23
Enlisting U.S. allies to restrict Beijing’s access to mature-node chips would stymie Chinese efforts to dominate the sector. By Ben Noon, a writer focused on U.S.-China rivalry

Decoupling Wastes U.S. Leverage on China – FP, 13.01.23
Keeping Chinese firms dependent on Western chips is a better strategy. By Paul Scharre, vice president and director of studies at the Center for a New American Security.

The Risks of the CHIPS Act No One’s Talking About – FP, 1.03.23
Governments are almost endlessly prone to throwing good money after bad. By Howard W. French, a columnist at Foreign Policy.


The United States’ Quantum Talent Shortage Is a National Security Vulnerability – FP, 31.07.23
Here’s how to change that. By Sam Howell, a researcher with the Technology and National Security Program at the Center for a New American Security

The U.S. Wants to Make Sure China Can’t Catch Up on Quantum Computing – FP, 31.03.23
Washington is likely to impose new controls in the race for a key technology. By Kevin Klyman, a technology researcher at Harvard’s Belfer Center


What the ChatGPT Moment Means for U.S.-China Tech Competition – FP, 3.03.23
The rise of American-made chatbots has kicked off a flurry of Chinese activity. By Rishi Iyengar and Liam Scott


Silicon Valley Is Beating Washington to China Decoupling – FP, 3.04.23
Tech investors in the United States and China were dialing back bilateral links years before Biden decided to. By Rishi Iyengar

China’s Tech Money Is Now Radioactive – FP, 2.02.23
Washington is increasingly concerned about China poaching U.S. technology. By Rishi Iyengar and Jack Detsch


If China Arms Russia, the U.S. Should Kill China’s Aircraft Industry – FP, 20.03.23
Beijing’s aerospace future is uniquely dependent on Western companies. U.S. and EU trade sanctions could bring its indigenous aviation sector to a halt. By Richard Aboulafia, a managing director at AeroDynamic Advisory

America’s Military Depends on Minerals That China Controls – FP, 16.03.23
Rethinking supply chains is vital for U.S. security. By Morgan D. Bazilian, Emily J. Holland, and Joshua Busby



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