Instead of targeting TikTok and WeChat, the US should work on an alternative to China’s digital silk road

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A pedestrian passes the Huawei logo painted on a wall in Lusaka, Zambia, on December 11, 2018. Many digital infrastructure projects in Zambia, like the more visible airport terminals and highways, are being built and financed by China. Photo: BloombergA pedestrian passes the Huawei logo painted on a wall in Lusaka, Zambia, on December 11, 2018. Many digital infrastructure projects in Zambia, like the more visible airport terminals and highways, are being built and financed by China. Photo: Bloomberg

A pedestrian passes the Huawei logo painted on a wall in Lusaka, Zambia, on December 11, 2018. Many digital infrastructure projects in Zambia, like the more visible airport terminals and highways, are being built and financed by China. Photo: Bloomberg

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