October 26, 2020

Larus Comments on U.S.-China Tech Cold War in South China Morning Post

Professor and Chairman of the Department of Political Science and International Affairs Elizabeth Freund Larus

Professor and Chairman of the Department of Political Science and International Affairs Elizabeth Freund Larus

Elizabeth Freund Larus, Chairman of the Department of Political Science and International Affairs, commented in the South China Morning Post (HK) on September 16 that regardless of a Trump or Biden victory in November, the U.S. will continue and possibly deepen scrutiny of Chinese acquisitions of technology. She also indicated that a second Trump administration is likely to further limit sales of advanced technology to China on national security grounds, and that there may be greater scrutiny of Chinese graduate students engaged in technology research in the U.S. Her comments also ran in the The Korea Times.

Read the article at
https://www.scmp.com/tech/big-tech/article/3101636/us-china-tech-cold-war-has-turned-hot-would-biden-presidency-change