Strategic Insights MemoJul 19, 2022
Toward coherence in tech competition with China
By Peter Engelke, Emily Weinstein
This June, the Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security and the Global China Hub convened experts and officials in a private workshop to discuss technological competition between the United States, its allies and partners, and their biggest global competitor, China. The workshop explored the stakes in this competition across economic, military, and other domains, as well as the challenges facing Washington and its allies and partners with respect to China’s rising technological capabilities. This memo draws from insights gleaned during the workshop to give policymakers a better understanding of this competition, it stakes, and the strategic choices facing the United States and its allies and partners.
In the NewsJul 15, 2022
Weinstein in Foreign Affairs: Making War More Difficult to Wage – How Ukraine Is Changing the West’s Use of Export Controls
On July 15, 2022, Global China Hub fellow Emily Weinstein published an article in Foreign Affairs, “Making War More Difficult to Wage: How Ukraine Is Changing the West’s Use of Export Controls.” More about our expert
In the NewsJul 5, 2022
Weinstein quoted in Hellenic Shipping News: Sanctions put globalization under strain
On July 5, 2022, Global China Hub fellow Emily Weinstein was quoted in Hellenic Shipping News article titled, “Sanctions put globalization under strain”. Looking at US sanctions against Huawei, Weinstein says, “We have to rethink what national security means. We have to figure out what we are doing with them. What we’re seeing now with […]
Emily Weinstein is a nonresident fellow with the Atlantic Council’s Global China Hub. She is also a research analyst focusing on China’s S&T ecosystem, talent flows, and technology transfer issues at Georgetown University’s Center for Security and Emerging Technology (CSET). She holds a BA in Asian Studies from the University of Michigan and an MA in Security Studies from Georgetown University. Emily’s writing has appeared in Foreign Policy, Lawfare, and DefenseOne. Her current research centers around US export control policy and research security and integrity.