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Leon Panetta, Former Defense Secretary and CIA Director, Joins Center for Tech Diplomacy at Purdue Advisory Board

December 2, 2021 Source: Center for Tech Diplomacy at Purdue By: Ellie Cohanim

The Center for Tech Diplomacy at Purdue welcomes Leon Panetta, former U.S. Secretary of Defense and Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, to its distinguished bipartisan Global Advisory Board. 

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Leon Panetta, Former Defense Secretary and CIA Director, Joins Center for Tech Diplomacy at Purdue Advisory Board

Keith Krach: The Man Defeating China Inc.

November 24, 2021 Source: Global Perspectives By: Ellie Cohanim

The CCP is the greatest threat to democracies around the world — but people are waking up.   

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Keith Krach: The Man Defeating China Inc.

Keith Krach on Voice of America: The Free World Will Stand with Taiwan

October 25, 2021 Source: Voice of America By: Daphne Fan

According to Krach, “If we use trust principles as a weapon against authoritarian regimes, like the CCP, freedom will win every time.”    

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Keith Krach on Voice of America: The Free World Will Stand with Taiwan

Playing for Keeps: China Has Made the Free Market a Fool’s Market

October 16, 2021 Source: The National Interest By: Keith Krach and Dave Stilwell

China has made the free market a fools market. We must never forget that the only way for globalization to bring the peace and prosperity envisioned by Tom Friedman in The World is Flat is to have a level playing field for all.  

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Playing for Keeps: China Has Made the Free Market a Fool’s Market

Keith Krach Addresses Yushan Forum: Strengthening U.S. – Taiwan Relations to Advance Freedom

October 14, 2021 Source: Yushan Forum By: Brian Kenny

The Yushan Forum is a platform for Asian regional dialogue that aims to promote multifaceted regional linkages and strengthen partnerships between Taiwan and its neighboring partner countries. Founder and Chairman of the Center for Tech Diplomacy at Purdue (CTDP) and former Under Secretary of State, Keith Krach, addressed this year’s forum on the topic of […]

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Keith Krach Addresses Yushan Forum: Strengthening U.S. – Taiwan Relations to Advance Freedom

HBS Cold Call Podcast: How the Clean Network Changed the Future of Global Technology Competition

October 6, 2021 Source: HBS Cold Call Podcast By: Brian Kenny

The Chinese telecom giant Huawei and other Chinese telecom firms, like ZTE, had been poised to lead the globe in 5G technology—until the U.S. State Department embarked on a global campaign to challenge the market dominance of Chinese firms with the Clean Network program. The initiative, launched in 2020 and led by Under Secretary of […]

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HBS Cold Call Podcast: How the Clean Network Changed the Future of Global Technology Competition

An Inconvenient Genocide

September 20, 2021 Source: Moment By: Tom Gjelten

Why we don’t know more about the Uyghurs

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An Inconvenient Genocide

Beijing’s American Hustle

August 31, 2021 Source: Foreign Affairs By: Matt Pottinger

Although many Americans were slow to realize it, Beijing’s enmity for Washington began long before U.S. President Donald Trump’s election in 2016 and even prior to Chinese President Xi Jinping’s rise to power in 2012.

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Beijing’s American Hustle

Documentary: The American Dream Takes On China Inc. Part Two: The Clean Network

August 12, 2021 Source: Zooming In China By: Simone Gao

The Clean Network Alliance of Democracies, created by Under Secretary of State Keith Krach to defeat the CCP’s master plan to dominate global 5G. The first government-led initiative that proved China Inc. is beatable by exposing its biggest weakness—lack of trust. The Clean Network stands as a proven, replicable model to counter the CCP’s global […]

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Documentary: The American Dream Takes On China Inc.      Part Two: The Clean Network

China’s Huawei Reports 38% Revenue Drop as U.S. Sanctions Bite

August 8, 2021 Source: Wall Street Journal By: Dan Strumpf

China’s Huawei Technologies Co. reported a 38% fall in quarterly revenue Friday, as the damage U.S. sanctions have done to its sales of smartphones and telecommunications equipment worsened.

The drop marks the third straight decline in quarterly revenue for Huawei, the world’s largest maker of telecom equipment and formerly one of the world’s biggest smartphone sellers, and the declines have accelerated since the end of 2020.

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China’s Huawei Reports 38% Revenue Drop as U.S. Sanctions Bite