South China Morning Post: US-China Tech War: Can Washington Take a Leaf Out of Beijing’s Plans on Strategic Technologies?

South China Morning Post: US-China Tech War: Can Washington Take a Leaf Out of Beijing’s Plans on Strategic Technologies?

Access Partnership’s Richard Upchurch spoke to the South China Morning Post about the White House’s strategy for “critical and emerging technologies”.

“The action that calls for building tech partnerships with allies and promoting democratic values and principles reflects the Trump administration’s increasingly aggressive efforts to persuade allies to ban Huawei and keep their communication networks free from Chinese influence.”

Read the full story here.

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