Tim Rühlig

Tim Rühlig is a research analyst at the Europe and Asia programmes of the Swedish Institute of International Affairs. His research focuses on Europe-China relations in general and Europe's positioning in the emerging tech confrontation between the US and China in particular. He is about to receive his PhD from Frankfurt University, Germany, with a study on Chinese foreign policymaking.
Tim Rühlig
Tim Rühlig is a research analyst at the Europe and Asia programmes of the Swedish Institute of International Affairs. His research focuses on Europe-China relations in general and Europe's positioning in the emerging tech confrontation between the US and China in particular. He is about to receive his PhD from Frankfurt University, Germany, with a study on Chinese foreign policymaking.

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Opinion | Huawei’s troubles have exposed the US-China tech war. How prepared is Europe to defend its interests?

In a world where control of technological infrastructure is a source of power, Europe lags behind both the US and China. European Union states must take steps to secure their commercial and security interests before it is too late.

8 Feb 2019 - 3:31AM

In a world where control of technological infrastructure is a source of power, Europe lags behind both the US and China. European Union states must take steps to secure their commercial and security interests before it is too late.

Huawei’s troubles have exposed the US-China tech war. How prepared is Europe to defend its interests?