Ian Oxnevad

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February 13, 2024

The Great Academic Divorce with China

Ian Oxnevad

All signs show that American education is beginning a long and painful divorce with the People’s Republic of China. But will academia go through with it?

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January 16, 2024

Georgia Tech Undermines National Security

Ian Oxnevad

Tianjin University is a threat to national security, yet Georgia Tech remains friendly.

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December 12, 2023

The Naughty List

Ian Oxnevad

Unfortunately for American higher education, Harvard, Yale, and other “elite institutions” sit uncomfortably on China’s Nice List. 

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November 14, 2023

Harvard, Hamas, Nazis, and Commies

Ian Oxnevad

Anti-Semitism is the norm of American higher education, and its hatred of Jews goes hand in hand with its hatred of Western ideals and its longstanding ties with totalitarian regimes like China.

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October 17, 2023

The Dunce Award and the Diplomatic Disaster

Ian Oxnevad

The renewal of the Science and Technology Agreement with China threatens American interests and security.

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September 5, 2023

Mandarin Without Mao

Ian Oxnevad

American policymakers must take action to ensure an alternative to the Chinese Communist Party for Mandarin language instruction.

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August 13, 2022

The Passing of David McCullough and the Loss of America’s Historian

Ian Oxnevad

The recent passing of David McCullough marks the loss of a historian who offered Americans access to their past, and one who did so without politicization.

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December 1, 2021

Identity Politics Is Taking Over Astronomy

Ian Oxnevad

An astronomy profession guided by identity politics and cultural Marxism rather than scientific evidence could produce a distorted view of our solar system and the cosmos.

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