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Collaborators and Competitors: China and the US in the Current Geopolitics of Intl Higher Education

Ever since China re-emerged on the global higher-education stage following the Cultural Revolution, it has had a close, sometimes symbiotic with the United States. In recent years, the relationship between the two knowledge super-powers has become competitive and at times contentious. The speakers looked at how student mobility, research cooperation, and other forms of Sino-American academic collaboration have been complicated by a host of issues including domestic political pressures, geopolitics, economic imperatives, the safeguarding of intellectual property, and concerns about academic freedom.

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