The US, China and 'Technology War'
The typical fury and noise of President Donald Trump’s “trade war” with China is all just a prelude to a longer and more significant drama. China and the United States are competing for technological dominance in the 21st century, setting the stage for an emerging ‘technology war’. From Huawei’s exclusion from the US 5G network to the blocking of Google and Facebook in China, the battle is far from over and national security issues are raising the stakes with potentially hazardous consequences.
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