Yang is one of the very few political figures who is seriously considering the implications of the current technological revolution.
[T]he 21st century ... is turning us into prey, rather than hunters.
[U]nder the banner of protecting intellectual property and national security, America ... is trying to isolate China from technology and markets.
[American sanctions] increase the pressure on Huawei to develop alternatives.
[T]he real voyage to the moon is the development that those of us alive in 1969 have experienced since then.
Huawei is currently number two in terms of global smartphone market share since July last year.
There is very little to suggest that both sides can resolve this conflict for the long term — how would they do it anyway?
[W]e cannot bet that even a post-Trump America would make a totally reliable ally.
The closer the deadline draws without any progress being made, the more the expectations of an escalation will increase, and the worse the damage dealt to the real economy ... will be.
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