Repression in Hong Kong is not slowing down. Since Beijing enacted the Hong Kong national security law in 2020, governments of Western liberal democracies have condemned human rights violations in Hong Kong, erected sanctions against select...
January 14, 2022 From Perspectives on Innovation A recent determination by the U.S. Department of Energy- drafted ostensibly to promote U.S. competitiveness- may instead stifle innovation by creating bureaucratic delay and uncertainty.
January 13, 2022 From New Perspectives on Asia South Korean President Moon Jae-in’s visit to Australia on December 12-15, 2021, revealed a vast discrepancy in Seoul and Canberra’s strategy against the intensifying U.S.-China competition
January 13, 2022 From Strategic Technologies Blog The re-branding of Facebook as “Meta” announced by CEO Mark Zuckerberg on October 28, and the company’s push to develop “an embodied internet that you’re inside of instead of just looking at” has thrown the world into a flurry of metaverse-related activity.
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| Gabrielle Athanasia From Perspectives on Innovation The Bayh-Dole Act played a key role in renewing American innovation policy in response to the perceived competitiveness challenge from Japan. The lessons of how this legislation came together is once again relevant as we confront today’s innovation challenge from China.
Since mid-December 2021, Malaysians across eight states have been victims of flooding caused by a very intense monsoon rain. The situation is ongoing with more rain and high tide expected on the east coast of the country.
Long mythologized as heroes in the United States’ entrepreneur-obsessed culture, venture capitalists play a vital role in identifying and providing advice and funding – from early-stage and expansion through to late-stage and acquisition – for some of the world’s...
RAI Deputy Director and Fellow, Alexander Kersten, summarizes CSIS event "Assuring U.S. Global Competitiveness in Science, Technology and Commerce: An Armchair Discussion with Representative Haley Stevens".
Senator Patrick Leahy’s announcement on November 16, 2021, that he will not run for reelection was a sad day for U.S.-Vietnam relations. Few people have done as much as Senator Leahy to foster friendly relations between the two nations.
December 21, 2021 From New Perspectives on Asia Southeast Asian countries have implemented a patchwork of regulations on refugees, responding to crises as they arise. The region’s ad hoc approach to humanitarianism, combined with the international community’s apathy, has marginalized refugees.