New Friction Between the U.S., Iran, and China Makes Cyber Warfare More Attractive

This piece discusses the latest tensions between the U.S. and Iran with an emphasis on how it impacts China’s strategic interests in the region and how it impacts the growing trade war and great power competition it has with the United States. In addition, it discusses the expanding cyber war between the two nations and the likeliness of it escalating into a kinetic war in the near future.

How Qualcomm Became a Trade War and National Security Story

The Qualcomm saga of the past couple years can be characterized as being a potential mega merger gone badly, survivors of a hostile takeover bid, and a company that is constantly drenched in legal battles with a great corporate adversary. Blend this with the geopolitical and technological competition between the United States and China, and […]

Why U.S. National Security Will Supersede Huawei’s Global Aspirations In 5G

The U.S. blocking of the Chinese telecom giant, Huawei, is a national security policy that correlates with the serious grievances that have long been held within the U.S-China relationship.