As China Anxiety Rises in U.S., Fears of New Red Scare Emerge

Publisher Bloomberg News
Summary A debate on the reactions to the Stanford Hoover Institute report on “China’s Influence and American Interests” detailing how China has waged a covert influence campaign inside the US has depicted Chinese Americans as having dual loyalties, a stigma that many leaders are worried will further negative stereotypes about American Chinese.
Excerpt A stigma that has beset waves of American immigrants in the past two centuries, including Japanese Americans interned during World War II, is now helping propel an aggressive U.S. crackdown on suspected Chinese industrial spies.
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Keywords PRC,  influence
Publish Date December 31, 2019
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