- Dutch government plans to vet international students on security risks after universities barred some Chinese postgraduates from top technology degrees.
- Recipients of grants have to swear allegiance to the Communist party, return to China within two years of completing their studies and report to the Chinese embassy in the country where they study.
- Several universities are reducing the number of CSC students they take.
- Dutch government is preparing a Knowledge Security Screening law.
- The Hague has come under pressure from Washington to restrict the transfer of advanced technology to China.
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Dutch government to screen Chinese tech students on security risks
Dutch universities reduce Chinese postgraduates from top technology degrees over national security fears. Dutch government plans to vet international students on security risks.