The Sydney Morning Herald’s Fergus Hunter reports that four Australian universities hosting Chinese government-funded Confucius Institutes have signed contracts explicitly stating they “must accept” Beijing’s authority over the teaching centers. The Institutes, which are...
by Samuel Wade | Oct 22, 2019
Western institutions’ AI and surveillance research ties with China, particularly those with partners implicated in ongoing rights abuses in Xinjiang, have been coming under mounting scrutiny. This week, South China Morning...
by lisbeth | Oct 30, 2018
As the U.S. and China vie for technological superiority in fields like quantum physics, autonomous...
by Cindy | Jul 6, 2018
Financial Times’ Emily Feng reports that the University of Nottingham Ningbo—the first Sino-UK...
by Cindy | Feb 3, 2018
The Netherlands’ Groningen University has canceled plans to set up a satellite campus in...
by Samuel Wade | Mar 28, 2017
At South China Morning Post, Eva Li reports that authorities in Chongqing have released details of...
by Sophie Beach | Jun 11, 2014
Simon Montlake and Peter Foster at the Telegraph have uncovered evidence that a charity which...
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