China–US Cooperation in Higher Education: A Critical Stabilizer

  • Gerard A. Postiglione Duke Kunshan University
  • Denis Simon
Keywords: China, higher education, cooperation, global integration, geopolitical stability, Thousand Talents program, US campuses in China

Abstract

The world’s two leading economies have hit a rough patch that has begun to spill over into their 40 years of cooperation in higher education. At stake is the ability of their universities to be instruments of global integration, mutual understanding, and geopolitical stability.

Published
2018-12-05
How to Cite
Postiglione, G. A., & Simon, D. (2018). China–US Cooperation in Higher Education: A Critical Stabilizer. International Higher Education, (96), 5-7. https://doi.org/10.6017/ihe.2019.96.10796
Section
International