Experts Call on Canadian Universities to Close Off China’s Access to Sensitive Research

The U.S. State Department revealed last week that, over the past three months, it has expelled more than a thousand Chinese “high-risk graduate students and research scholars” who were working at American universities.

The State Department said their visas were revoked under Presidential Proclamation 10043, issued by President Donald Trump at the end of May to counter “a wide‑ranging and heavily resourced campaign to acquire sensitive United States technologies and intellectual property, in part to bolster the modernization and capability of its military, the People’s Liberation Army.”

The individuals whose visas were revoked represent only a small fraction of the 370,000 Chinese nationals studying in the U.S. — and a big escalation in Washington’s conflict with China over the control of the world’s most coveted technologies. Read more…..


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It’s been two years since Canadians Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig were detained by Chinese authorities. Experts and politicians are now calling for the government to take stronger actions to free the men.

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