Report Sheds Light on China’s Use of Military-Linked Researchers
Researchers in the U.S. have engaged in extensive collaboration with counterparts affiliated with the Chinese military, potentially boosting China’s potency as a rival, according to a new report published Thursday by Stanford University’s Hoover Institution.
The report, from the conservative think tank, identifies 254 papers in a publicly accessible Chinese government-backed academic database. They were written by researchers from 115 U.S. universities and government research labs working with counterparts from seven key research universities and institutes with ties to China’s People’s Liberation Army.
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