China’s Digital Ambitions
A Global Strategy to Supplant the Liberal Order
On July 14, 2022, the National Bureau of Asian Research (NBR) held a briefing for the staff of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee (SFRC) on its recent report “China’s Digital Ambitions: A Global Strategy to Supplant the Liberal Order.”
The report examines China’s strategic approach to the digital revolution, assesses the implications for the international order, and provides a roadmap for a multilateral response by the United States and its allies and partners. It focuses on issues such as digital architecture, digital platforms, standard setting, and data governance.
NBR briefed staff on report findings and policy recommendations, and discussed legislative strategies to secure U.S. interests in the digital domain.
Congressional staff can request a copy of the 2-page brief containing policy recommendations by contacting [email protected].
Matt Turpin, Visiting Fellow at the Hoover Institution and former China Director at the National Security Council
Emily de la Bruyère, Co-founder of Horizon Advisory and Non-Resident Fellow at The National Bureau of Asian Research
Josh Nezam, Director of Congressional Affairs, The National Bureau of Asian Research