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Australia plans to boost AUKUS tech-sharing, restrict 'foreign' access

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Seems reasonable. I am sure arrangements can still be made on a case by case basis with friendly nations outside of AUKUS.

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I can't see a problem developing because of a 'fence' against Chinese involvement. There are other countries that are more trustworthy.

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Doesn't go far enough. All Chinese Nationals should not be hired within Security Sensitive Industries. The risk is too great, especially if the Individual has family back home in China, since through various means of coercion, they may be instructed to do things that may be out of normal character.

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Doesn't go far enough. All Chinese Nationals should not be hired within Security Sensitive Industries. The risk is too great, especially if the Individual has family back home in China, since through various means of coercion, they may be instructed to do things that may be out of normal character.

How about a US Citizen? Consider that some come from families who lost everything to the Red Guards, including their mother's first husband who "committed suicide" the day after he was arrested. Do you think such a person has any love of the CCP? Why don't you check your racism before commenting! You have no idea what the personal stories of our immigrants are. That is why we have background investigations.

Obtw, most of America's spies have been pasty white born in the US citizens, not our immigrants.

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You have no idea what the personal stories of our immigrants are. That is why we have background investigations.

Regardless of the sob stories of some Chinese immigrants, most of the recent espionage cases against US corporations have been Chinese nationals or those of Chinese ethnicity coerced into spying for China.

Xu Yanjun, a CCP official for example, tried to recruit a Chinese engineer at GE Aviation to reveal details of its jet engine composite fan blade technology.

Yanqing Ye, Saw Teong Ang, Xin Wang, Li Xiaoyu, Dong Jiazhi, Yeo Jun Wei are only a few of the many names accused of spying in the US for China in recent years.

Why don't you check your racism before commenting!

I don't really see any racism in the OPs post. On the other hand I have seen a lot of racism on this forum from certain sanctimonious and self-righteous individuals.

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