The Strategic Dependence of UK Universities on China – and where should they turn next?
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The Strategic Dependence of UK Universities on China – and where should they turn next?

15 November 2023

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At the heart of all three of these strategic goals lies the PLA as the most technologically advanced military in the world, a core CCP strategy to be achieved by 2049 – the centenary of the 1949 revolution. [...] In July 2020, the UK government announced that all existing Huawei infrastructure would be removed from the UK’s telecommunications systems by 2027, and a ban from all new infrastructure by the end of 2020, based on national security concerns.17 The charts below detail the proportion of Chinese funding which was from entities sanctioned by the US at time of funding and the highest funded universit. [...] A core focus of the institute is the R&D and manufacturing of third generation semiconductor equipment.76 In its most recent annual report, the JITRI describes successes in ‘high-end manufacturing, internet of things, unmanned systems, and military equipment’.77 Furthermore, the JITRI maintains an active research partnership with the Nanjing University of Science and Technology (NJUST), one of Chi. [...] The same applied to both the University of Edinburgh and to the University of Oxford. [...] 88 The launching ceremony of the missile academy base of the Center for Military-Civil Integration Development of the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences was held (archive.ph) 89 University of Chinese Academy of Sciences – Chinese Defence Universities Tracker — ASPI 90 The Civil-Military Integration Development Research Center of the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences signed a strateg.

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