Scholars in glass houses...

March 10, 2011

I am startled by the rush to judgement against UK universities for promoting educational links and engaging with autocratic regimes such as Libya. Is it so much worse than China? If not, why aren't our universities severing their links with China?

Lawrence Saez, Senior lecturer (associate professor), Department of politics, School of Oriental and African Studies

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