Dall’analisi di Karly Winkler, The Strategist. There’s never been a better time for science and technology collaboration between the US and Australia. With the signing of the CHIPS and Science Act in August 2022, the US government put its money where its mouth is by injecting significant funds to counter the rise of China, as both a technological competitor for the US and an adversary seeking to undermine infrastructure and technological standards globally for domestic gain. The US is keen to retain its leadership, but its critical dependency on semiconductors manufactured in North Asia was exposed during the Covid-19 pandemic. Supply-chain delays caused major impacts across most sectors of the economy, and it’s a challenge that can’t be met by the mighty American technology sector alone.