Will Easing of Student Visa Restrictions Rekindle China-US Exchanges?
By Eleanor Albert
It's a step in the right direction, but there are still substantial hurdles - both logistical and political - for Chinese students to come to the U.S.
Banning Chinese Students Won’t Safeguard US National Security
By Connor Fairman
A proposed ban would not only fail to address the main avenue of Chinese espionage, it will also hurt U.S. universities.
America’s Obsession With Chinese Spying Is Hurting Innocent People
By Chi Wang
Has the U.S. government decided that Chinese Americans can never truly be Americans?
Chinese Students in the US: Beware of Deteriorating US-China Relations
By Charlotte Gao
Chinese students in the United States are standing at the very front of this conflict and they will be directly impacted.
China Rejects Accusations of Stonewalling Climate Talks
By Shannon Tiezzi
Plus, PLA reforms, Chinese students in the U.S., and rumors of a second Chinese base in Africa. Friday links.
Chinese Drop-Off in US Graduate Schools Triggers False Alarm
By Elizabeth C. Economy
The number of Chinese students applying to US grad schools has tapered, but this should not be cause for alarm.
China’s Ivy League Love Affair
By Thorsten Pattberg
Without investing in its own higher education, China will fail to slow its“brain drain” to Western universities.
Is Overseas Study Helping US-China Relations?
By Anthony Chang
China and the U.S. are learning more about each other than ever, but is it enough?