September 25, 2019

ChinaEconTalk, Live from Washington, D.C.

By Martijn Rasser

ChinaEconTalk is live from the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington, D.C., with Martijn Rasser, a senior fellow in the Technology and National Security Program at the Center for a New American Security. Host Jordan Schneider sits down with Martijn to discuss a few of the more contentious topics surrounding the ongoing friction between the United States and China, including rare earths, the strategic implications of 5G, concerns about Huawei software and security, and global ICT standard setting.

Listen to the full conversation with ChinaEconTalk.

Image credit: ChinaEconTalk.

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