What an Academic Freedom Debate Says About Australia-India Relations
By Grant Wyeth
A group of fellows at the University of Melbourne’s Australia India Institute recently resigned, alleging restrictions on their academic freedom.
Does It Matter That the University of Kentucky Closed Its Confucius Institute?
By Robert Farley
The concerns about Confucius Institutes are well known, but many are manageable. Is closing the institutes the answer?
Singapore’s New Yale-NUS Controversy: Was Academic Freedom Violated?
By Alicja Polakiewicz
Did the cancellation of an event on dissent challenge the college’s commitment to academic freedom?
Is Academic Freedom Under Fire in Kazakhstan?
By Catherine Putz
Nazarbayev University responds to allegations that a professor was terminated because of pressure from Russia.
Confucius Institutes: Hardly a Threat to Academic Freedoms
By Edward A. McCord
There is little evidence to suggest Confucius Institutes on U.S. campuses restrain academic freedoms.
A Tenure Rejection with Many Implications
The denial of tenure for Dr. Cherian George has sparked a fierce debate about academic freedom in Singapore.