Security Studies Unit Project

US-China Competition and Securitization of Critical and Emerging Technologies: Evaluating Policy-making Process and Impacts on Globalized Economy

US-China Competition and Securitization of Critical and Emerging Technologies: Evaluating Policy-making Process and Impacts on Globalized Economy

Overview

The relationship between the U.S. and China has experienced pivotal shift since 2018. Competition between the two superpowers has significant impacts on both security environment and the globalized world economy. This project aims to assess the current state of U.S. and Chinese export controls, regulations of capital, and migration of people as velated to technology. Furthermore, we will analyze their policy-making process, and clarify the impacts on the global supply chain, Asian economic integration, and the security environment.

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Member

  • Kiichi Fujiwara
    Director of the Institute for Future Initiatives Professor, Graduate Schools of Law and Politics
  • Ryo Sahashi
    Associate Professor, International Relations Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia
  • Asei Ito
    Associate Professor, Institute of Social Science
  • Shingo Ito
    Chief Researcher, Institute For International Economic Studies
  • Arisa Ema
    Associate Professor, Institute for Future Initiatives
  • Keiti (Huiting) Wei
    Project Assistant Professor, Graduate Schools for law and Politics
  • Seio Nakajima
    Professor, Graduate School of Asia-Pacific Studies, Waseda University
  • Yu Miyaji
    Staff writer with the Asahi shimbun
  • Satoru Mori
    Professor, Department of Law, Hosei University
  • Jaehwan Lim
    Professor, School of International Politics, Economics and Communication, Aoyama Gakuin University
  • Tohru (Kobayashi) Yoshioka
    Assistant Professor, Department of Business Administration Institute of Innovation Research, Hitotsubashi University