Lu Chuanying, Fellow and Secretary-general of the Research Center for the International Governance of Cyberspace, SIIS
Jul 21, 2021
For China and the United States, virtually all technology eventually touches on cybersecurity. But cooperation, based on trust, can be achieved. Trust is the basis of any cooperative relationship. Without it, concrete initiatives are incredibly difficult to implement.
Chen Dongxiao, President, Shanghai Institutes for International Studies
Feb 08, 2021
Dialogues, disputes and conflicts management, cooperation, stability and common development are the primary base for bilateral interaction when it comes to cyberspace competition.
Joseph S. Nye, Professor, Harvard University
Mar 09, 2018
Although Moore’s law about the doubling of computing power every two years means that cyber time moves quickly, human habits, norms, and state practices change more slowly.
Aug 25, 2017
U.S. authorities on Thursday accused a Chinese national visiting the United States of providing malware that has been linked to the theft of security clearance records of millions of American government employees.
Susan Ariel Aaronson, Research Professor of International Affairs, Elliott School of International Affairs, GWU
Sep 29, 2016
In 1985, historian Walter McDougall wrote a Pulitzer Prize winning history of the Space Race. Therein, he argued that the space race wasn’t simply a competition between two nations to get into space, but rather a competition between two different systems and worldviews. The U.S. and China may be experiencing a similar phenomenon in cyberspace today.
May 12, 2016
A group of senior U.S. and China cyber officials on Wednesday held its first meeting since the two countries struck an anti-hacking agreement in September to try to ease years of acrimony over the issue.