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Europe’s Strategic Technology Autonomy From China

Assessing Foundational and Emerging Technologies

Open Strategic Autonomy in emerging and foundational technologies has rightly been identified as a crucial policy goal in order to preserve the European Union’s capability to act. China is at the centre of this discussion, not least because of increasing geopolitical tensions and China’s growing footprint in digital technologies. What sounds good in abstract terms, however, can be difficult to operationalize. We identify four dimensions of Open Strategic Autonomy: supply chain resilience, national security, values and sustainability, and technological competitiveness. All four dimensions are equally legitimate policy goals but require different policy tools that can at times be conflicting. 

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Dr. Tim Rühlig
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India’s G20 Presidency

Decoding the Digital Technology Agenda
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Dr. Sharinee Jagtiani
Dr. David Hagebölling
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