If the US administration targets Chinese researchers and builds walls barring talent, it will undermine the vibrancy of the US economy, hindering its ability to innovate. Illustration: Craig Stephens

‘America first’ shouldn’t stop the US from welcoming Chinese students and other global talent

Vasilis Trigkas says US protectionism in the form of visa restrictions on Chinese seeking to study in American universities would only harm the country, which has long benefited from being able to attract top talent

Topic |   US-China trade war

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If the US administration targets Chinese researchers and builds walls barring talent, it will undermine the vibrancy of the US economy, hindering its ability to innovate. Illustration: Craig Stephens
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