China

Rethinking Research Security

Lawfare
| June 24, 2021

In an opinion piece for Lawfare, Emily Weinstein and her coauthor Ainikki Riikonen argue that the U.S. Department of Justices' China Initiative is counterproductive to U.S. innovation and offer recommendations to improve research security.

Is the world splitting into opposing science ‘blocs’?

University World News
| June 23, 2021

CSET's Emily Weinstein spoke with University World News on China's strategy to become the global leaders on science and technology research.

Emily Weinstein's latest Lawfare article offers a primer on the Biden administration's China sanctions.

The Titan of Taiwan

The Wire China
| June 13, 2021

Research Analyst Will Hunt discusses the evolution of Taiwan's semiconductor manufacturing company TSMC, and its proprietary protection measures against Chinese cyberattacks.

CSET's Emily Weinstein comments on the case of Song Chen, a visiting researcher at Stanford University charged with visa fraud.

CSET Senior Fellow Anna Puglisi comments on the Chinese government's use of incentive policies and programs to acquire technology.

CSET's Ryan Fedasiuk discusses China's use of technology companies to strengthen the government's authority over personal data under the Personal Information Protection Law.

Global: A New Look at the International Distribution of Research

The Chronicle of Higher Education
| June 7, 2021

Melissa Flagg, Autumn Toney and Paul Harris' latest research shows a shift in global research collaboration.

CSET Research Analyst Will Hunt joined China Tech Threat's roundtable on semiconductor export controls and future recommendations for the Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security.

Autumn Toney and Melissa Flagg's latest publication reveals that the U.S. and China together produce two-thirds of the world's research publication output.