European Union pins its hopes on super fast 5G to lift it out of a Covid-19 pandemic-induced recession and take the lead in internet-connected devices.
The semiconductor industry has transformed into a high stakes geopolitical issue and a source of tension between the US, China and Taiwan, with potential implications for global commerce.
US President Joe Biden hosted his first multilateral meeting since taking office, indicating the importance he attaches to the loose group.
The BBC also came under renewed fire from Chinese officials after Britain’s media regulator concluded that China’s Communist Party was the ultimate editorial authority for CGTN.
Our reliance on technology in isolation altered our relationship to gadgets and our consumption habits, while businesses had to adapt their strategies around new technologies like AI.
Technology was at the forefront of driving politics in 2020. TRT World spoke with geopolitical futurist Abishur Prakash to discuss the risks technology poses for geopolitics in 2021 – and beyond.
Huawei chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou, was arrested on December 1, 2018 over bank fraud charges and does not think she did anything wrong.
European governments have been tightening controls on Chinese companies building 5G networks following diplomatic pressure from Washington, which alleges Huawei equipment could be used by Beijing for spying.
As European criticism of China mounts over human rights, will there be an increasing political price to pay for economic engagement?
The move will allow US to maximise 5G availability of spectrum without compromising national security.
The US Commerce Department and other agencies signed off on the rule change, which is awaiting publication in the Federal Register.
Is scepticism over Chinese investment pushing India towards a protectionist future?
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