September 13, 2019 / China, Government Activity, Sanctions

U.S. Charges Chinese Professor in Latest Shot at Huawei

From Reuters: U.S. prosecutors have charged a Chinese professor with fraud for allegedly taking technology from a California company to benefit Huawei, in another shot at the embattled Chinese telecommunications equipment maker.
Read More
August 23, 2019 / China, Foreign Influence

‘Academic Espionage’: China Suspected of Flooding U.S. with Students to Access Sensitive Programs

From the Washington Times: Academic leaders, lawmakers, and military and intelligence officials discuss the impact of foreign influences on academic research in emerging technologies with national security implications.
Read More
August 22, 2019 / Foreign Influence

America’s Colleges and Universities Are Aggressively Addressing Foreign Threats

From The Hill: Opinion statement by the Presidents of Indiana University and Northwestern University on current efforts by U.S. academia to protect campuses from undue foreign influence.
Read More
August 22, 2019 / Government Activity

Meeting a Russian Scientist? He Might Need to Report on You

From the NYT: Recent Russian Ministry of Science and Higher Education recommendations would impose authorization and reporting requirements on scientific meetings and encounters.
Read More


Have an article to recommend?
Please feel free to email your suggestion to