DOJ’s China Initiative’s Three-Year Anniversary: Growing Pains and Uncertainty
November 9, 2021 | New York Law Journal
It has been three years since the DOJ’s announcement of its “China Initiative,” a strategic priority to counter Chinese national security threats that has shaped current U.S.-China relations. The initiative was intended to focus on the threat posed by the Chinese government through trade secret theft, espionage, hacking and threats to U.S. infrastructure, but has come under fire for encouraging discrimination and racial profiling. In our latest article, “DOJ’s China Initiative’s Three Year Anniversary: Growing Pains and Uncertainty,” we discuss the types of cases that have been brought under the Initiative over the last three years, and trends that are emerging under the Biden administration.
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