International Security & Foreign Policy

The United States, Taiwan, and Semiconductors: A Critical Supply Chain Partnership

Grant Year: 2021


John Fowler, Rupert Hammond-Chambers, Lotta Danielsson, Mark Stokes, and Emily David will examine how disruptions to the Taiwan-based semiconductor supply chain would affect U.S. economic and security interests and identify steps that the United States could take to mitigate those risks. They will map the evolving semiconductor landscape, identify potential disruptions to the semiconductor supply chain, assess the economic and security implications of such disruptions, and determine measures to build resilience. The project’s findings will appear in a report.

Project 2049 Institute International Security & Foreign Policy

$160,000