Outsourced To China
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Articles and reviews of Outsourced to China, NAS's new report on Chinese soft power in American Higher Education.
NAS Director of Research Projects Rachelle Peterson reviews a new documentary "In the Name of Confucius," on China's influence on Western higher education.
This study of the 12 Confucius Institutes in New York and New Jersey examines China’s soft power influence through American higher education.
PRESS RELEASE: NAS finds that American colleges and universities have jeopardized their independence and academic freedom by succumbing to tools of China's soft power.
NAS welcomes Dion J. Pierre, our new research associate for our project on the rise of racial self-segregation on American college campuses.
Join us in Washington DC for the launch of NAS’s latest report, Outsourced to China, on China’s soft power influence through Confucius Institutes.
Robert Maranto writes about how education reformers can work effectively.