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In higher education sectors in the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia, the “China threat” debate has become divided between those emphasizing the national security dangers in the Chinese Communist Party’s projection of influence into universities abroad, and those emphasizing the risks of stigmatization of Chinese scholars and students through fear-mongering about such dangers.

Both sides in this debate have a point. In a growing Cold War atmosphere exacerbated by anger over the COVID-19 pandemic, even Chinese-American students and scholars have been subjected to unfair suspicions of being CCP agents.

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