Asma Mhalla is a specialist in Tech Policy. She teaches the implications of digital economics for politics and geopolitics at SciencesPo Paris and Ecole Polytechnique; she is an associate expert at the Research Agency of the European Commission and a visiting researcher at the Institut Mines Telecom (IMT).
As the US and China vie for global power and influence, nowhere is this competition more intense than in the area of technology. Just like the flow of digital information itself, the manufacturing, trade, and use of this technology cuts across national borders. Asma Mhalla speaks to Edouard Gaudot about how Europe has sought to assert itself through regulation in response to this escalation, in a bid to enforce its norms and protect the privacy and data of its citizens.Read more