Top Foreign Policy Lawmakers Bolster Support For Global Tech Security Commission
The Global Tech Security Commission added four federal lawmakers representing both parties and both houses of Congress as new Honorary Co-Chairs. Senator Todd Young (R-IN), Senator Mark Warner (D-VA), Representative Josh Gottheimer (D-NJ), and Representative Michael Waltz (R-FL) join six current bipartisan Honorary Co-Chairs to advance the work of the Commission. In addition, Robert Hormats, who served as Under Secretary of State for Economic Growth, Energy, and the Environment from 2009 to 2013, was named an Honorary Co-Chair, bringing expertise from a distinguished career in diplomacy that began in the 1970s.
I Saw the Face of God in a TSMC Semiconductor Factory
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.
Krach to CEOs: Present your China Contingency Plan
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.
Bipartisan Lawmakers Come Together to Support Global Tech Security Commission
Senators Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.), Joni Ernst (R-IA) and Bill Hagerty (R-TN), and Representatives Michael McCaul (R-TX-10), Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-IL-8) and Lori Trahan (D-MA-03) joined the Global Tech Security Commission as Honorary Co-Chairs.
Biden to visit Arizona computer chip site, highlight jobs
The White House has simultaneously launched a video campaign to highlight the array of non-tech jobs associated with the semiconductor industry. Biden has visited four other computer chip sites since September, with the highly paid factory jobs promising spillover hiring for construction, janitorial services and other businesses.
Financing mechanisms underpinning China’s tech self-reliance
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Economic future of U.S. depends on making engineering cool
Leading the visitors on a tour of the high-tech lab, Engineering Professor Zhihong Chen mentioned that Purdue could really use some donated chipmaking equipment as it scrambles to expand semiconductor education.
Krach Institute for Tech Diplomacy at Purdue Names Michelle Giuda as Director
Michelle Giuda joins the Institute from Weber Shandwick, where she served as Executive Vice President of Geopolitical Strategy & Risk, counseling clients on how to prepare for and address the impact of geopolitical issues on their businesses and reputations.
Silicon Valley Innovator Keith Krach Calls on Universities to Withdraw Investments in Communist China
Krach said the universities are trustworthy institutions but they don’t realize Chinese companies have enforced unfair and inhuman labors to make products they have procured and that those companies are actually part of CCP military.
Boot Chinese Stocks From ESG Funds, Former State Department Official Says
The case study notes that Chinese solar panels are largely produced in Xinjiang, where the Uyghur genocide is taking place, and many of these companies, if not all, are likely implicated in the use of forced Uyghur labor.
EU-Taiwan relations continue to expand in the framework of the One China Policy
The symbolic dimension is always a sensitive and salient issue when we talk about Taiwan as it was clearly illustrated by Lithuania’s recent decision to upgrade its relationship with the island.
CCP Congress Outcome May Lead China on Warpath Against Taiwan: Analysts
Krach said that ancient Chinese military strategy has dictated that the regime hide its strength and bide its time—which is exactly what CCP leaders since Mao have been doing.
Washington insiders launch Quad fund to take on China
This is the right thing at the right time. We need to put together something that transcends the administrations of all four Quad countries and which advances those countries’ national security interests