19 Months Into the Pandemic, China Is Still Shutting Out US Students
By Ethan McAndrews, Anthony Edwards, and Hannah Sorenson
Beijing’s lack of foreign student reciprocity poses a major threat to the long-term future of the China-U.S. relationship.
Japan’s Youth Lack Interest in Studying Abroad. That’s a Problem for Japanese Businesses.
By Xiaochen Su
Japanese firms are hampered in their global ambitions by the Japanese youth’s lack of a global mentality.
Questioning Yenching Scholars Won't Solve America's China Conundrum
By Erin Dunne
The U.S. needs a more comprehensive approach to address concerns about China's soft power.
Why Aren't Japanese Students Studying Abroad?
By J.T. Quigley and Zachary Ruzbasan
The number of students pursuing education overseas dipped by nearly a third since 2004.