August 6, 2020 From Technology Policy Blog The US government is cracking down on Chinese companies — including surveillance giant Hikvision — due to growing concerns about Chinese governmental interference. To appropriately evaluate the risks, the US must closely at the governance structures of these companies.
August 3, 2020 From Technology Policy Blog On July 23rd, the Technology Policy Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies hosted a virtual discussion on the Creating Helpful Incentives to Produce Semiconductors (CHIPS) for America Act, a bipartisan draft bill that aims to extend financial incentives...
July 29, 2020 From The Latest on Covid-19 in Southeast Asia Southeast Asia’s Covid-19 recovery has now split into three distinct tracks. Each of these offer lessons, and continued dangers in the months ahead.
July 22, 2020
| Shining Tan From Trustee China Hand A newly released membership survey from the American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong shows that over 35% of foreign businesses are considering relocating their capital, asset, or operations. 5.5% of those businesses are planning to relocate in the short-run and 30.1% in the...
2020欧洲杯体育投注平台A long-awaited parliamentary report in the United Kingdom asserts Russia may have influenced the Brexit referendum; more importantly, the UK government did little to find out and prevent it.
July 20, 2020 From Technology Policy Blog Although Moscow has interfered in elections in post-Soviet states for decades, Russian interference through cyberattacks, hack-and-leak operations, and online disinformation campaigns has escalated throughout Europe in recent years.
July 16, 2020 From The Latest on Covid-19 in Southeast Asia Singaporeans went to the polls on July 10 in Southeast Asia’s first elections held during the coronavirus pandemic. As expected, the ruling People’s Action Party (PAP) retained its supermajority, but the opposition Workers’ Party made a strong showing. It secured an...
From political turmoil to the Covid-19 pandemic, Malaysia has had a particularly troubling 2020. As of now, Malaysia has handled the novel coronavirus relatively well, but the Rohingya population in the county has suffered as collateral damage.
July 8, 2020
| Nikos Tsafos From Energy Headlines Versus Trendlines Two contradictory trends appear to be happening at the same time: on the one hand, there is growing opposition to building new natural gas pipelines, and it seems they are becoming
July 2, 2020
| Eugenia Lostri From Technology Policy Blog The ‘infodemic’ that has accompanied the coronavirus crisis resurfaces the question: how should initiatives to counter the spread of false information balance the right to free speech?