Kevin Klyman (@kevin_klyman) is the lead technology researcher for the Avoiding Great Power War Project at Harvard’s Belfer Center. He conducts research related to foundation models, compute governance, clean energy supply chains, quantum computing export controls, digital trade agreements, and Chinese technology regulators.
Klyman’s writing on U.S.-China competition in emerging technologies has been published in Foreign Policy, TechCrunch, The American Prospect, The Diplomat, Inkstick, The National Interest, and South China Morning Post. He is the author of “The Great Tech Rivalry: China vs. the U.S.” with Professor Graham Allison, which has been cited by The Wall Street Journal, The Economist, and NPR among others. His research has also been published by Human Rights Watch, the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots, and the United Nations Foundation.
Articles by this author:
The EU Joins Washington’s Campaign to Contain China
by Kevin Klyman
Apr 27th, 2023