David Priess sat down with Martijn Rasser to examine the United States, attempt to curb China’s advanced computing and chip production capabilities by applying the “Foreign-Direct Product Rule,” which would prevent companies from selling specific advanced computer chips to Chinese buyers without U.S. government licenses.
Listen to the full interview from Lawfare.
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