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KITDP Chairman Keith Krach and Fmr. Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid on China Contingency Plan
Keith Krach, Chairman of the Krach Institute for Tech Diplomacy, took the stage alongside former Kersti Kaljulaid, former President of Estonia, during the 2023 Concordia Summit in New York City….
Romania Rejected Communism, It Should Reject Communist 5G.
Chinese companies like Lenovo, Huawei, ZTE, and others may appear like typical private businesses but they are, in fact, weapons of a Chinese communist regime that’s even more dangerous than the Soviet Union.”
Bridging Private Innovation With Public Problems | Keith Krach, Chairman & CEO of DocuSign
In this episode of “Success Story: Lessons,” Keith J. Krach, former Chairman and CEO of DocuSign delve into several pivotal topics:
• Leadership Lessons: Keith shares how his business experience…
Startup founders are from Mars, policymakers are from Venus
To lawmakers, terms like 5G, AI, EV, quantum are meaningless. Until we brought the TSMC fab to the U.S. and architected the CHIPS and Science Act, “chips” were something you ate.
British firms quizzed on Chinese tech links as US-style clampdown looms
British firms are being asked about their investments in a swathe of “sensitive” Chinese sectors as the U.K. seeks to move closer to Joe Biden’s own clampdown on trade with China. After Biden slapped fresh national security curbs on investment by U.S. firms in key Chinese tech sectors, Britain is mulling its own restrictions.
The New York Times wrote: The chip giant is rapidly going global, but cannot break with its Taiwanese roots
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., which produces the world’s most advanced microchips. The company ( TSMC ) operates on the island of Taiwan , located in the middle of one of the most geopolitically volatile places on the planet. This situation makes those in Washington very nervous. Because TSMC, which dominates the semiconductor industry, is located in Taiwan, 80 miles from China, and is an indispensable company for the USA.
Former U.S. Under Secretary Keith Krach visits Taiwan again: U.S. and Taiwan unite to resist the CCP model
Former US Under Secretary of State Krach will come to Taiwan again today (9th). He visited Taiwan three years ago. The highest-level current US State Department official visiting Taiwan.
Former U.S. Secretary of State Krach revisits Taiwan to strengthen U.S.-Taiwan private sector ties
Keith Krach, who visited Taiwan as the U.S. Under Secretary of State in 2020, was the current U.S. State Department official who visited Taiwan at the highest level in 41 years.
How China weaponizes the capitalist system against us
The Chinese Communist Party (CCP), the draconian ruler of the world’s second-largest economy, has accumulated immense wealth from American investments. This wealth manifests itself through dollar-denominated Chinese bonds and a myriad of Chinese companies publicly traded on U.S. exchanges, including their shrewdly named subsidiaries, intricately woven into the fabric of index funds.
Chairman Keith Krach on Fox News talking TikTok dangers, It’s ‘cocaine’ ‘disguised as candy’
Former Undersecretary of State Keith Krach reacts to a federal judge limiting the White House’s contact with Big Tech and discusses threats posed by social media like TikTok.