If there is broad bipartisan agreement on anything in Washington today, it is that the United States has become dangerously dependent on Chinese production.
- Roberta Jacobson and Tom Wyler
- Foreign Affairs
N-95 masks, essential drugs, components for lifesaving technologies, and even smartphones are all at least partially made in China.
COVID-19 laid bare the vulnerability of these sprawling and unaccountable supply chains: when vital products or components are needed most, there is no guarantee that Chinese companies will make them available.
But if COVID-19 has…