Techno-nationalism via semiconductors: Can chip manufacturing return to America?

China’s increasingly competitive relationship with the US and its allies is accelerating strategic decoupling, reshoring, and ringfencing throughout the landscape for semiconductors, the ‘brains’ essential for almost every industry of the future. Today, microchip manufacturing is disproportionately concentrated in Asia, especially in Taiwan. Perhaps not for long, according to a new report by Research Fellow Alex Capri. Read the paper, a follow up to last year’s primer on semiconductors, to learn the actions taken by the United States to revitalize its semiconductor industry, once the global leader.

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