I will be talking today, February 25, 2021 on the “Weaponization of Intellectual Property Against China” at a lecture hosted by the University of California at San Diego, with Prof. Barry Naughton as moderator. The lecture begins at 1:00 PM Pacific Time and should last about an hour. There is no charge.
I hope that readers of this blog will bring their own incisive comments and questions about the role intellectual property has played in bilateral relations, especially the concept of “IP Theft.” I am a non-resident fellow at UCSD, and I decided to choose this topic because of the need to deepen the public discussion around the role IP should play in US-China technology, security, and trade issues.
Here is the link to register. I hope to see you there!
Categories: 301, Conferences, IP Theft, Section 301, Statistics, Trade, trade war, UCSD
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