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Sharp China: A Conversation with Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi on TikTok, Tech Investment, and Competition Between the U.S. and China
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Sharp China: A Conversation with Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi on TikTok, Tech Investment, and Competition Between the U.S. and China

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This episode of Sharp China is free for everyone.

Show Notes: On today’s show Andrew and Bill are joined by Raja Krishnamoorthi, Democratic representative for the 8th District of Illinois, and the ranking member of the Select Committee on the Strategic Competition Between the United States and the Chinese Communist Party. Topics include: The Select Committee's work to draft and pass legislation to force the divestiture of TikTok, investigations into American VC investments in PLA-linked PRC companies, how to tackle IP theft in tech, searching for fentanyl progress since the Biden-Xi visit in November, PRC behavior in the South China Sea, and more.


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Related Readings:

House Passes Bill to Force TikTok Sale From Chinese Owner or Ban the App -- N.Y. Times

TikTok’s hearing from hell -- Politico 

How TikTok Was Blindsided by U.S. Bill That Could Ban It -- WSJ 

Senators push to declassify TikTok briefings -- The Verge 

American VC Firms Investing Billions into PRC Companies Fueling the CCP's Military, Surveillance State, and Uyghur Genocide -- The Select Committee on the CCP

Gallagher, Krishnamoorthi Call for Urgent Action to Reduce U.S. Dependence on PRC Foundational Chips -- The Select Committee on the CCP

Investigation Findings: The CCP's Role in the Fentanyl Crisis -- The Select Committee on the CCP

China throwing a ‘temper tantrum’ with Taiwan drills, key Democrat says -- Semafor 


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