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China and the U.S. Compete for Global Techno-Security Dominance

Tai Ming Cheung

Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation, Working Paper Series from Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation, University of California

Abstract: In the struggle for global geo-strategic and geo-economic supremacy between the United States and China, the technosecurity sphere where economics, technological innovation, and national security meet has become a principal battleground. Two contrasting models are pitted against each other: China’s state-led top-down approach and the United States’ marketdriven bottom-up system. Which of them will ultimately prevail will depend on how capable, robust, and adept they are in meeting the challenge of rapid and disruptive change. This brief examines the underpinnings of U.S.-China great power technosecurity competition and assesses what the countries’ different approaches imply for future techno-security rivalry.

Keywords: Social and Behavioral Sciences; united states; china; techno-security; great power competition (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2022-07-15
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