The decision to embrace, rather than reject, the trappings of the 21st century went on to become a key to the movement’s survival and eventual retaking of the landlocked central Asian nation.
Author: Tim Culpan
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Just three months after Taiwan’s TSMC shocked investors with a record spending plan, the world’s most important chip maker doubled down with an even bigger budget.
He may not be the leader of the free world, but Pat Gelsinger has just put himself at the helm of the Great American Revival amid a technology cold war that the US is paranoid it will lose.