Illustration: Craig StephensIllustration: Craig Stephens
Illustration: Craig Stephens
Yukon Huang
Opinion

Opinion

Yukon Huang and Jeremy Smith

How the US and China can find common ground in an era of techno-nationalism

  • Because the US increasingly views China as a security threat, the debate on intellectual property rights goes beyond economic concerns
  • Given that the challenges of IP policymaking transcend US-China rivalry, a wider forum, on the lines of the G20, could help broker a political consensus

Illustration: Craig StephensIllustration: Craig Stephens
Illustration: Craig Stephens
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