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Accession Number ADA579768
Title Long-Term U.S. Strategic Implications of Huawei's Penetration in Latin America.
Publication Date Mar 2013
Media Count 75p
Personal Author N. C. O'Connor
Abstract In recent years, Huawei Technologies Inc. has become one of the most powerful telecommunication companies in the world. While it has been very successful, it has been surrounded by controversy. The United States has presented multiple accusations against Huawei; however, the supporting evidence is often lacking. This thesis examines the U.S. strategic implications of Huawei's expansion into Latin America. First, the U.S. economic impact of this expansion is examined. Next, the security concerns posed by Huawei and accusations of espionage, intellectual property infringement, and an inappropriate relationship with Iran are evaluated. These accusations are then evaluated for validity based on the evidence presented. Finally, these findings are summarized and multiple future recommendations for research and actions are presented. Since there is little evidence to support many of the accusations against Huawei, it is essential to either find such evidence, or drop these claims.
Keywords China
Corporations
Economic impact
Espionage
Expansion
Huawei technologies inc
Infringement
Intellectual property infringement
International relations
Iran
Latin america
National security
Penetration
Strategic implications
Telecommunications
Theses
Threats
United states government


 
Source Agency Non Paid ADAS
NTIS Subject Category 96 - Business & Economics
92 - Behavior & Society
48 - Natural Resources & Earth Sciences
Corporate Author Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA.
Document Type Thesis
Title Note Master's thesis.
NTIS Issue Number 1323
Contract Number N/A

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