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3 More U.S. Universities Express Support For Chinese-American Scientists Suspected Of Spying

WorldNews Wednesday, 24 July 2019
3 More U.S. Universities Express Support For Chinese-American Scientists Suspected Of SpyingThree more American universities have issued statements in support of scholars and researchers of Chinese ethnicity, a group that has been increasingly targeted over suspicions of spying for Beijing, the South China Morning Post reported. The University of Pittsburgh, California Institute of Technology and Johns Hopkins University recently joined 12 other leading schools – including Yale, Columbia and Stanford – to issue statements supporting Chinese-American scientists. The pledges come amid fears the group is being unfairly singled out and is a victim of the feud between Beijing and Washington that has now extended to trade, economic issues, technology and national security. China’s rising...
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