Graham Webster

Graham Webster is a lecturer and senior fellow at Paul Tsai China Center at Yale Law School. He researches U.S.-China relations, East Asian politics and international relations, and technology and society. 

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CYBERSECURITY INITIATIVE
Beyond the Worst-Case Assumptions on China’s Cybersecurity Law

CYBERSECURITY INITIATIVE
China’s Strategic Thinking on Building Power in Cyberspace

A top party journal’s timely explanation translated.


CYBERSECURITY INITIATIVE
China’s Plan to ‘Lead’ in AI: Purpose, Prospects, and Problems

With the issuance of the “New Generation Artificial Intelligence Development Plan," China has set out an ambitious roadmap for AI.


CYBERSECURITY INITIATIVE
China’s Ambitious Rules to Secure ‘Critical Information Infrastructure’

China’s new cybersecurity law imposes special requirements when it comes to what it calls “critical information infrastructure.”