Listen to our latest podcast series focused on the future of technology supply chains, decoupling and the implications for New Zealand.
Richard N. Haass
President, Council on Foreign Relations
Continuing with our new podcast format where we bring little themed seasons, with short episodes, just answering a single question. The current series focuses on technology supply chains the implications for New Zealand taking key excerpts from last week’s panel discussion to answer the following questions over five episodes.
🎙 Episode 1: What is tech decoupling?
In this episode we look at this concept of “decoupling” in the context of technology supply chains: what is it?, why does it matter?, how might it play out?
🎙 Episode 2: What is the US approach on international tech policy?
In this episode we get a better understanding of the US position on international technology policy. More multilateral, more inclusive are the bedrocks of the administration’s approach to technology.
🎙 Episode 3: Are we heading towards a full-on tech cold-war?
In this episode, we look at the question – are we heading towards a full-on tech cold-war? Fortunately, the answer seems to be no that this is highly unlikely.
🎙 Episode 4: What trade-offs are we prepared to make for greater supply chain resiliency?
In this episode, we look at supply chains for semiconductors and rare earth minerals and ask what trade-offs are we prepared to make for greater supply chain resiliency.
🎙 Episode 5: What steps or actions should be taken next?
In this episode we look at what it is that our industry voices on the panel think New Zealand government actors should be doing in this space, what steps or actions should be taken.