Decoupling in Science and Education--A Collateral Damage beyond Deteriorating U.S.-China Relations

Date

2021-07-16

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Oxford University Press

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Yes

Abstract

Deteriorating relations between the United States and China since 2018 have extended to education and scientific research arenas. We put the U.S.–China science and education in a historical perspective and describe the win-win situation when both countries collaborated. We discuss an ongoing loss-loss scenario of the decoupling and speculate its far-reaching adverse impacts beyond the two countries. We call for actions to be taken for a brighter future by the leaderships in both countries. Keywords: decoupling; U.S.-China Relations; science diplomacy.

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Talent mobility, International relations, Science and Education Policy

Citation

Tang, L, Cao, C, Wang, Z, Zhou, Z. (2021) Decoupling in Science and Education--A Collateral Damage beyond Deteriorating U.S.-China Relations. Science and Public Policy, 48 (5), pp. 630-634

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Institute for Applied Economics and Social Value (IAESV)