Newsclick’s Prabir Purkayastha talks about the recent developments in the US-China ‘trade war’ which has escalated following a number of recent aggressive US measures against China in the trade and tech sectors.
While US continues to suffer the devastating impacts of poor management of the COVID-19 pandemic, China’s people-centered approach serves as a model to follow
Newsclick’s Prabir Purkayastha talks about the most recent ban on 118 Chinese apps imposed by the Indian government
China sees the US demand for opening their and others’ markets, while ordering ByteDance to sell TikTok, as another version of the Opium War. If TikTok owning the data of its users is dangerous to national security, so is Facebook and Google owning their users’ data
Prabir Purkayastha discusses the recent revelations on how Facebook’s lobbying influenced the current US stance on TikTok.
In the third part of our conversation with Charles Xu from the Qiao Collective, Xu talks about the rising Sinophobia in the US, particularly after the COVID-19 outbreak.
Charles Xu from Qiao Collective talks about the short and medium-term strategy of Huawei and China in general to deal with the US sanctions.
Charles Xu of the Qiao Collective talks about the context behind the US assault on China’s technological sector, especially Huawei. He talks about the strategies of development deployed by China over the past few decades
It is certainly not game over for Huawei, as many tech analysts are concluding. They have already pronounced the game over twice, once over Google’s Android system denial, later on ARM processor ban
The UK ban on Huawei is a direct result of US pressure on its allies to not allow the Chinese company into their markets.
Newsclick’s Prabir Purkayastha talks about the decision of the United Kingdom to ban Huawei from its 5G network
India and China are two sovereign and independent countries with their own set of strengths and problems. They need to sit and talk to resolve their issues on their own