“Huawei defies the odds to lead the global telecoms market after 180 days on the US trade blacklist,” announced a recent South China Morning Post headline.
The Cybersecurity 202: U.S. and Europe’s Divergent Attitudes on Huawei Could Damage Alliance, Officials Warn
The U.S. thinks Huawei is a major threat to global security, but European allies aren't convinced. These divergent attitudes, senior military leaders and lawmakers warn, could damage their alliance—and collective security—over the long term.
The U.S.-China trade war is ramping up, with threatened tariffs and counter-tariffs. Major U.S. targets have included Chinese tech companies ZTE and Huawei, putting a spotlight on China's plan to become a technology powerhouse.