Scott Kennedy

Scott Kennedy is Senior Adviser, Freeman Chair in China Studies and director of the Project on Chinese Business and Political Economy at the Centre for Strategic and International Studies. He is author most recently of China’s Risky Drive Into New-Energy Vehicles.
Scott Kennedy
Scott Kennedy is Senior Adviser, Freeman Chair in China Studies and director of the Project on Chinese Business and Political Economy at the Centre for Strategic and International Studies. He is author most recently of China’s Risky Drive Into New-Energy Vehicles.

Latest from Scott Kennedy

Opinion | Why the arrest of Huawei’s CFO amid trade war tension should not push China to rely more on home-grown technology

techno-nationalism is a fool’s errand and instead of doubling down on self-reliance, China should launch a new great leap of reforms to become a true market economy, given that the sectors which are most open to competition have performed best.

24 Jan 2019 - 6:36PM

techno-nationalism is a fool’s errand and instead of doubling down on self-reliance, China should launch a new great leap of reforms to become a true market economy, given that the sectors which are most open to competition have performed best.

Why the arrest of Huawei’s CFO amid trade war tension should not push China to rely more on home-grown technology
Trump’s ‘coordinated chaos’ may be part of a grand strategy, one that doesn’t bode well for China

The Trump administration seems to be following a ‘mixed message’ strategy and gearing up for a long-haul battle with China that is not restricted to trade.

19 Apr 2018 - 1:44AM

The Trump administration seems to be following a ‘mixed message’ strategy and gearing up for a long-haul battle with China that is not restricted to trade.

Trump’s ‘coordinated chaos’ may be part of a grand strategy, one that doesn’t bode well for China
Five reasons why Trump is not ready for a trade war, and China could emerge stronger from the contest

The US administration has underestimated its opposition and the domestic impact of a trade war.

23 Mar 2018 - 12:58PM

The US administration has underestimated its opposition and the domestic impact of a trade war.

Five reasons why Trump is not ready for a trade war, and China could emerge stronger from the contest
The US is preparing for a trade war with China – don’t be fooled by the noise