Clark Edward Barrett researches Chinese economic and technology policy and competitiveness issues. Dr. Barrett holds a Ph.D. in Materials Science from the University of Cambridge, a Research degree in Nuclear Physics and speaks Spanish, Portuguese and Mandarin.
Since the beginning of the Ukraine crisis, China has been remarkably forthright in its consistent opposition to the imposition of sanctions against Russia following the country’s annexation of Crimea in
Since 2009, the Chinese government, in cooperation with state-run and private firms, has conducted an import substitution campaign in its computer server market, which is currently dominated by U.S. information
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