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Security focus is setting back science in both China and the U.S.

Researchers are finding it more difficult to live and work in the two countries

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A man gets swabbed for a COVID test near Peking University in Beijing on Nov. 16: Xi's zero-COVID policy has severely damaged the country's attractiveness to talent.   © AP

Yun Jiang is the first AIIA China Matters Fellow as part of a joint program of the Australian Institute of International Affairs in Canberra and the policy institute China Matters in Sydney. She was previously a policy adviser in the Australian Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.

Technology has emerged as a central front in the geostrategic rivalry between China and the U.S.

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