Saad Hasan is a staff writer at TRT World.
Enforcing export controls to stop Beijing from acquiring advanced semiconductor know-how won’t be easy.
Nicolas Maduro is being increasingly wooed by European countries which are facing a massive energy crisis following the Russian offensive in Ukraine.
In the 1980s, American policymakers saw Japanese chip makers as their biggest threat.
Despite roadblocks, China’s largest semiconductor maker has acquired technology and skills to produce the most advanced chips.
Washington has imposed unprecedented restrictions on US citizens and residents who work for Chinese semiconductor companies.
Danish and Swedish authorities have wrapped up their probe into the sabotage of the pipelines, with analysts saying findings won’t be made public any time soon.
Dozens of children in the west African country have died after taking a few sips of cough syrups, which contained high quantities of poisonous diethylene glycol.
The Mediterranean country controls more than two-thirds of the global market for boron, a "wonder element", which is increasingly being used in high-tech industries.
The EUV lithography machines are essential to producing modern chips. And the US has stopped China from acquiring them.
Scientists at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign can remove tin contamination from ultraviolet lithography machines manufactured by the Netherlands-based ASML, which is at the centre of the US-China chip war.
Europe struggles with high cost of living and a prospect of more protests as sanctions-hit Moscow cuts back gas supply.
Tens of thousands of displaced people are in urgent need of aid– but relief workers say support so far has been inadequate.
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