In a paper published last week by the French Institute of International Relations, research fellow John Seaman argues that China's recent export controls on gallium and germanium may not have a big impact themselves, but they are "a shot across Washington’s bow and an invitation to consider the spiraling effect of further limiting exchanges in high-tech fields."
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