The EU and the U.S. need to address the real technology competitiveness challenge, which is China.
The Republican Party is utterly unprepared for the hard realities of relative U.S. decline vis-à-vis China.
Surveillance technology devices from the West and the East have become essential tools for seeing through a coup d’état in the digital age.
We live in an age where apps wars between major nations have geo-technological fallout.
For centuries, scientific and technological prowess — or lack thereof — is what has separated global winners and losers.
The U.S. is a global leader in a large measure because of its prowess in science and technology.
There are big questions about the viability of the EU in the era of IT dominating technological innovation as well as in an era dominated once again by geopolitics.
Will China really halt technology transfers that it has required under many joint venture deals with U.S. companies?
The decade that has just ended, the 2010s, was marked by the crisis that began in 2007-08, and it was accompanied by the onset of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.