US-China Relations Straining Academic Exchanges  

U.S. policymakers are worried about losing potential American advances in science and technology to China, and this could lead to limits on academic exchanges.

Fewer research papers are being jointly authored by scientists from the two countries, and there are signs that the United States is becoming a less desirable study destination for Chinese students.

But academic ties should be preserved, according to an article in Foreign Affairs magazine.

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