This webinar was organized by the Chinese Globalization Association and was based on a 2-volume study of Huawei’s globalization.

Agenda: (US EST)

8:30 – 8:31 Welcome Remarks by Julian Chang, CGA President

8:32 – 8:34 Speaker introductions by Wenxian Zhang

8:35 – 8:43 Presentation: Weaponizing Globalization: Chinese High-Tech in the Crosshairs of Geopolitics – The Case of Huawei – Francis Schortgen, University of Mount Union, USA

8:44 – 8:52 Presentation: Huawei at Bay? Global Interdependencies Provoked by the 5G Network Rollout – Laura Kirste and Dirk Holtbrügge, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany

8:53 – 9:01 Presentation: Market Entry Strategies of Huawei in Germany and the Russian Federation from a Network Theory Perspective – Mario Glowik, Berlin School of Economics and Law, Germany

9:02 – 9:10 Presentation: Huawei in Central and Eastern Europe: Varying Anchors, Differing Perceptions – Ágnes Szunomár, Corvinus University of Budapest, Romania

9:11 – 9:19 Presentation: Huawei’s Carrier Business in Southeast Asia – Serina Al Haddad, Rollins College, USA

9:20 – 9:28 Presentation: Red Teaming: Huawei’s Organizational Learning Strategy – William Chongyang Zhou and Sunny Li Sun, University of Massachusetts Lowell, USA

9:29 – 9:37 Presentation: Gaining Legitimacy: An Uphill Battle for Chinese Multinationals – Lei Li, University of Nottingham Ningbo, China

9:38 – 9:45 Presentation: Huawei and the Global Cyber Security – Donald (Andy) Purdy, Jr., Huawei Technologies, USA

9:45 – 9:46 Thanks – Christoph Lattemann

9:46 – 9:58 Q&A – John R. McIntyre

9:58 – 10:00 Conclusion – Ilan Alon