China Expertise

Understanding China’s role in emerging technologies is vital for navigating a complex global environment where technology shapes economies, politics and societies. China’s rapid advancements in AI, 5G, biotechnology and more drive innovation and reshape industries, influencing economic competitiveness and strategic power dynamics. As China establishes itself as a tech leader, comprehension of its strategies, investments, and regulations becomes crucial for informed decision-making.

Geopolitically, deciphering China’s tech trajectory aids in anticipating shifts in international alliances, standards, and regulations. Ethical considerations surrounding data privacy, surveillance, and AI governance require shared global understanding. Moreover, as China-US competition intensifies, insight into the China’s tech capabilities is essential for nations seeking to collaborate while safeguarding their interests.

Effective cybersecurity, risk management, and trade decisions hinge on comprehending China’s technological landscape. In a world where technology is central to progress, comprehending China’s role empowers nations to adapt, collaborate, and navigate the complexities of an interconnected technological future.

Commissioner for China Expertise

Miles Yu

Principal China Policy Advisor to U.S. Secy. of State; Professor, U.S. Naval Academy

Commissioner for China Expertise

The Global Tech Security Commission plays a critical, bi-partisan role in challenging and defeating the Chinese Communist Party’s dictatorship that is greatly enabled and empowered by modern technologies and sophisticated tools of repression and aggression.

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Miles Yu On Taiwan: China’s lessons—and fears—from the Wagner revolt in Russia

For over a century, tumultuous events thousands of miles away in Russia have impacted China profoundly. Mao Zedong (毛澤東) famously said that the cannon sound of the October Revolution brought Marxism-Leninism to China. Now Xi Jinping (習近平) fears that last month’s Wagner revolt may provide a model for the Chinese Communist Party’s undoing.