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Chairman and Co-Founder Krach Institute for Tech Diplomacy at Purdue
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Former President of the Republic of Estonia
Estonian first and only female head of state as well as the youngest president, aged 46 at the time of her election.View Detail
It does not take a Ph.D. in international affairs to understand the common threads that underpin the China-Russia partnership. Both governments are known for lawless behavior, duplicity, bullying, domestic oppression, coercive economic practices, and grave human rights abuses.
Sen. Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Indiana Gov. Eric J. Holcomb joined Blinken and Raimondo on a tour of Purdue’s Birck Nanotechnology Center, highlighting the leading-edge research and workforce development efforts at Purdue that can help the United States restore domestic semiconductor manufacturing and competitiveness abroad.
Europe’s energy woes, in the wake of the Russia–Ukraine war, should spur us to take the question seriously
Welcoming the CHIPS Act being signed into law, Keith Krach, former Under Secretary of State and Chairman of the Krach Institute for Tech Diplomacy at Purdue, said, “This is a big day for America – for national security, our global economic security, and our long-term prosperity. The investment will create thousands of jobs across the entire supply chain and create a broad ripple effect of technical training and know-how throughout the tech ecosystem.”
Driven by our mission of “shaping the global future together,” the Atlantic Council is a nonpartisan organization that galvanizes US leadership and engagement in the world, in partnership with allies and partners, to shape solutions to global challenges.
TSMC’s success is built on its singular comprehension of this dispersion of providential gifts. The firm is merrily known as “pure play,” meaning all it does is produce bespoke chips for customer companies.
How Foreign Money is still fueling abuses in Xinjiang
Western governments should do more to support the development of new solar supply chains that don’t rely on Chinese inputs. Keith Krach, former Under Secretary of State has called for all Chinese-domiciled companies to be excluded from ESG funds.
Keith Krach Talks Domestic Investments in Chip Manufacturing on Bloomberg Daybreak
As President Biden and Micron President Sanjay Mehrota on the newly signed chips legislation. And we want to get more on that bill now, which includes about $52 billion to boost domestic semiconductor research and development.