The New York Review of Books and Others Highlight NAS Report

National Association of Scholars

On Wednesday, the National Association of Scholars released Outsourced to China at a report launch in Washington DC. It has attracted media attention, including the following:

  • New York Review of Books details the proliferation of Confucius Institutes, using Outsourced to China as a guide, and notes their grasp on Western universities. 

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  • Inside Higher Ed published an article featuring our report, comparing and contrasting NAS's findings to perspectives on Confucius Institutes provided by academic officials affiliated with their school's Confucius Institute.

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  • The Daily Caller featured NAS's report, noting that, "the controversy injects a new element into a roiling debate over American freedom of speech on campus, which has crested in the Trump era."

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  • University World News reports on Outsourced to China, reiterating NAS's recommendations for transparency and academic freedom while balancing the narrative with statements by the University of Buffalo and Pace University.

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Image: Wuxi, Jiangsu - China by Thomas Depenbusch // CC BY 2.0

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