Some US educators are bracing for a decline in the number of undergraduate and graduate applicants from mainland China next year. Photo: Xinhua

US universities brace for decline in Chinese students after Beijing warning

  • American academia becomes newest front in US-China friction
  • As tensions mount and distrust expands the two sides face off in new areas
Topic |   US-China relations

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Some US educators are bracing for a decline in the number of undergraduate and graduate applicants from mainland China next year. Photo: Xinhua
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Mark Magnier

Mark Magnier

Mark Magnier is a US correspondent based in Washington. Before joining the Post, he worked for the Wall Street Journal in China and for the Los Angeles Times in India, China and Japan. He’s covered the Chinese economy, China and India’s explosive rise and conflicts in Iraq, Pakistan and Afghanistan.

Daniel Bases

Daniel Bases

Daniel joined the Post as US correspondent in 2019 to cover the evolving US-China relationship. He’s an award-winning print and broadcast correspondent and editor who analyses and reports on financial markets, foreign policy and general news. He started his journalism career at CNN then spent 22 years with Reuters on assignments in Europe, Asia and Latin America.