Op-Eds & Commentary
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September 15, 2022
Korea Should Capitalize on Soaring Dollar
A strong dollar makes U.S. imports to Korea more expensive and Korean exports to the United States less expensive, which is great for American consumers but bad for American workers, and vice versa for Korea.
September 12, 2022
Climate Innovation Policy From Glasgow to Pittsburgh
In September, ministers will gather in Pittsburgh to consider how their governments should respond to the energy and climate innovation imperative. Building on Glasgow, the meeting should strive to fill critical gaps in areas such as capital-intensive demonstration projects and innovation-friendly trade in carbon-intensive goods.
September 8, 2022
Op-Art: How the Journalism Competition and Preservation Act Levels the Playing Field
The Journalism Competition and Preservation Act (JCPA) seeks to unfairly force large tech companies to pay local news for listing their content.
September 7, 2022
Why Everyone Loses If Westminster Passes Poor Online Regulation
Pushing the Online Safety Bill through parliament too quickly will do more harm than good.
September 5, 2022
Some Advice for Liz Truss as Britain’s New Prime Minister
The UK can become a pioneer in online safety, but the new prime minister should focus on high-level, flexible guidelines to ensure innovation in content moderation, private communications, digital identity, and artificial intelligence thrive in the UK.
August 26, 2022
Rural Broadband Infrastructure Should Fund People Wherever They Are
Future broadband funding should target those who need it, even if they live in cities or the suburbs.
August 15, 2022
Turning Point for American Industrial Policy or One-Hit Wonder?
The CHIPS and Science Act provides critical support for semiconductor firms and boosts science funding significantly, especially for key technologies for U.S. competitiveness. But there are important questions about both the legislation and the overall direction of U.S. industrial policy.
August 8, 2022
How Canada has Fallen Behind in the Global Race for Advanced Industries
When it comes to advanced industry competitiveness, Canada is unlikely anytime to be the Maple Leafs of the global economy. But with the right policies, it can at least move up the standings.
August 3, 2022
Help US Companies Compete Against China on Technology Standards
Ensuring that the open, voluntary and industry-driven standards process prevails over China’s “standards mercantilism” will require action along a number of fronts, including providing financial support for companies to participate in the international standards process.
July 29, 2022
Don’t Be Afraid of the Metaverse
The European Commission’s vigilance in monitoring large digital operators reveals an unfortunate distrust toward technology.