In the middle of this year, Google suddenly announced the end of its collaboration with Huawei, their largest customer. Other US companies like Intel, Qualcomm, and Broadcom followed, allegedly all under pressure from US President Donald Trump. His position is that American companies should not work with the Chinese who they estimate are a threat to national security. Is this really the cause of this dramatic event with the far-reaching global political and economic consequences? Is Trump’s negotiating strategy behind the trade war or is this a much more complex question? Is the fight for G5 dominance in technology and international espionage the background? Where does Europe stand in this constellation and what are the consequences for us?
Bug, Executive Editor (Croatia)
ZSEM, Vice Dean for Research / University of Rijeka, Civil Engineering, Professor (Croatia)
MRAK services, CEO (Croatia)
Oraclum Intelligence Systems, CEO and Co-Founder (UK)