HBS Case Study: Building the Clean Trusted Network
The breakthrough strategies of the Clean Network have been researched and analyzed by HBS faculty and are now being taught at the Harvard Business School.
- Learn how the Clean Network defeated China Inc. when all other efforts failed
- Discover China’s greatest weakness, and General Secretary Xi’s greatest fear
- Understand the Clean Network impact on the future of global tech competition
- Use the Tech Diplomacy secrets to turn the tide on China Inc. in other key industries
FACT SHEET: United States and 60 Global Partners Launch Declaration for the Future of the Internet
US and partners stand against digital authoritarianism where some states act to repress freedom of expression, censor independent news sites, interfere with elections, promote disinformation, and deny their citizens other human rights.
“Trust Principle” Is Antidote to Authoritarianism
Krach's "Trust Principle" is the new basis for 21st century international relations. It stands as a peaceful alternative and antidote to China’s “Power Principle.”