Abstract: China's dreams of becoming a world leader in science and technology (S and T) have inspired both admirers and sceptics for years. Today, these dreams seem to be coming true. China has launched manned space flights, sent the world's first quantum-communications satellite into space, and is leading the world into the 5G era. But despite these successes, China still struggles in important respects, and the country now faces new challenges that raise questions about its S and T future.
To cite this article: Kennedy, Andrew. Whither China's technology dream? [online]. East Asia Forum Quarterly, Vol. 12, No. 4, Oct-Dec 2020: 33-34. Availability: <https://search.informit.com.au/documentSummary;dn=590814271281458;res=IELHSS> ISSN: 1837-509X. [cited 30 Dec 20].
Andy Kennedy specializes in international politics, with particular interest in China, India, and the United States. He is currently engaged in two major research projects. The first investigates how the United States, China, and India are collaborating and competing through the globalization of innovation. The second explores and compares the emergence of China and India as new technological powers. He has also published widely on the foreign policies of China and India in the Cold War and post-Cold War periods. His research has been supported by an ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher Award, among other sources.