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Fletcher Eurasia Club Lunch Seminar: Chris Miller on the U.S.-China Technology Rivalry

January 30 @ 12:00 pm 1:30 pm

Please join the Fletcher Eurasia Club for a lunch seminar with Professor Chris Miller, author of Chip War: The Fight for the World’s Most Critical Technology (2022). He will discuss his research on technology and geopolitics, semiconductors, and great power competition.

The conversation will focus on the multifaceted technological competition between the United States and China. We will explore key themes such as the battle for global supply chain dominance, national security implications, geopolitical impacts, and the race to set global standards in emerging technologies. We will also delve into how the U.S.-China technology rivalry is reshaping global politics, economies, and the future of technological innovation.

We encourage you to read in advance the following articles by Professor Miller on China’s semiconductor situationMexico’s microchip advantage, and the West’s technology restrictions on China. We also recommend listening to his podcast interviews on the U.S.-China competition over semiconductors and the geopolitics of semiconductor manufacturing. The Eurasia Club weekly lunch seminar series engages with students, faculty, staff, and researchers to foster a better understanding of the region among members of the Fletcher community. Members of the wider Tufts community are also welcome to attend. Lunch will be served.

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