Singapore and Israel: Navigating the Technological Superpower Competition (They Live Gear)

Published on Jun 5, 2021
Cutting-edge technologies and innovative capabilities are becoming increasingly essential in determining the superpower race and defining the future position and role of smaller states.

Innovative leaders such as Singapore and Israel, have to increase cooperation and develop joint strategies to prepare for a geopolitical landscape that seems to be growing more uncertain and divided. Leading the race of artificial intelligence, semiconductors, 5/6G, satellite communication and other technologies will prepare both countries significantly better in balancing between the superpowers. In light of growing trends such as decoupling or attempts at self-reliance, countries have to assess their capabilities and build long-term strategies.

In this special event led by the Middle East Institute (NUS) and the Abba Eban Institute for International Diplomacy (AEI), we will expand on the different challenges and opportunities faced by Middle Eastern countries in the technological sphere.

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