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China vs. US & Taiwan: A Real RISK?! What This War Game Tells Us!!

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The War Game: https://s3.us-east-1.amazonaws.com/files.cnas.org/documents/CNAS-Report-Semidconductor-game-final.pdf
Taiwan Relations Act: https://www.heritage.org/asia/report/executive-summary-the-taiwan-relations-act-after-20-years-keys-past-and-future-success
ASML Machine: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iSVHp6CAyQ8
Ban Imports: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-08-05/china-tightening-label-rules-on-goods-from-taiwan-sources-say
Semi Conductor Dependence: https://www.wsj.com/articles/semiconductor-dependency-imperils-american-security-chip-manufacturing-technology-sector-11655654650
Semi Conductor Shortage: https://www.nytimes.com/2022/01/26/us/politics/computer-chip-shortage-taiwan.html
Morris Chang Said: https://www.pcgamer.com/tsmc-founder-morris-chang-believes-us-based-chip-production-will-be-an-exercise-in-futility/
US Pressures Dutch: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-07-05/us-pushing-for-asml-to-stop-selling-key-chipmaking-gear-to-china
IP Theft: https://www.ft.com/content/1d13ab71-bffd-4d63-a0bf-9e9bdfc33c39


0:00 Intro
1:04 Background to Crisis
5:06 Taking Over Taiwan’s Manufacturers
9:08 War Game Design
11:09 How It Played Out
17:13 Strained Relations
20:13 Implications


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  1. One of the currently most important issues. Great video as always!
    This conflict could go either way, it's pretty scary. It shows that the world is very reliant on trade agreements, which in a time of war, could be absolutely useless. The Chinese need to take action soon. The longer they wait, the worse it will get( due to their economy)
    Pelosis visit was a smart move for the US. It made the headlines and more regular people now know about Taiwan and its significance

  2. Outsourcing in general is cowardly escaping responsibility while seeking short term gains. Good for a few good year reports and bonuses, leaving the future severely mortgaged and pillaged with gains sucked out. Kudos to Taiwan to have sourced. My first official job in 1996 was a semiconductor plant in Belgium. Unfortunately most of the production was out of tolerance. When the quality control engineer whom checked the stamps for ceramic molds was in holiday, I got to do it, not one of the stamps was within acceptable tolerance. When I proudly 'found' the cause of the poor production quality I had the right to remain silent… They thought the process was too complicated to perform abroad and the overproduction of faulty junk was good for the employment, turnover and friends of the local supply chain. In 1997 they moved to Taiwan, not because of the usual outsourcing reason, but 'well-intentioned' corruption. If they had some level of quality minded OCD, some pride and intergrity, they would have been hard to replace.

  3. I don't trust any of the super-powers, including America which has, for many decades, used any means, from covert (CIA) to fomenting wars or coups, to secure resources. These
    were, traditionally, oil etc., but are now moving to high tech.. It's geo-politics Guy (but not as we know it).

  4. Let's not also forget that China cant let anyone to control Taiwan because it was used to lunch incursions into their country ….. so it might be about the tehnology but it's also about historical fear .

  5. Liked your video all along Guy. But in this one you seem to have conveniently ignored one simple yet crucial point—China's sovereignty. China will take Taiwan back regardless TSMC is there or not. China will not leave its soil separated forever just so the US and its allies can buy cheap chips.

  6. Very interesting. The CCP is a real danger to the continued prosperity of the West. I has watched with incredulity the transfer of production from the West to China by so-called intelligent businesses only to see their IP stolen. Universities have welcomed Chinese students financed by the CCP who have to return to China after their studies. The CCP is not just another country with its own system of government, it was created and financed by Stalin with all the evil that entailed. The CCP treatment of neighbours…Tibet, Vietnam and India come immediately to mind, it’s no-so enlightened investments in Africa with dodgier secret clauses than anything the World Bank and IMF would include ..and these two are not that cuddly, as Guy knows. US or Chinese hegemony over the world? Seriously if you are part of the western economic system get ready for some rough times if China wins.

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