Batteries Are the Battlefield
The next geopolitical contest may be over green technology, and China, for now, is poised to win control of those supply chains.
In the quest for the clean energy revolution, the United States is one of many countries that have ramped up investment in electric vehicles manufacturing and renewable energy sources to power the shift away from fossil fuels.
Christina Lu is a reporter at Foreign Policy. Twitter: @christinafei
Liam Scott was an intern at Foreign Policy in 2023. Twitter: @liamjscott
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