Colleges often don't disclose gifts from foreign governments, even when legally required. What are they hiding?
Senator Rob Portman asks the right questions on Beijing-funded Confucius Institutes.
Three new reports from the federal government and from the UK reiterate NAS’s concerns: Confucius Institutes need to go.
NAS Director of Policy, Rachelle Peterson was interviewed by Fox New earlier this month on Beijing's continued effort to plant a stake at American colleges.
Is it racist to protect American colleges from foreign meddling?
Following questions from Senator Marco Rubio, the University of North Florida becomes the ninth US university to close a Confucius Institute.
An amendment by Senator Ted Cruz targets Department of Defense funding for colleges.
PODCAST: Rachelle Peterson sits down with Ben Weingarten, host of "Big Ideas" to discuss Confucius Institutes.
NAS policy director Rachelle Peterson submits written testimony to the United Kingdom on Confucius Institutes.
NAS sends an open letter to George Mason University urging President Cabrera to hire an external investigator.
NAS is pleased to see the introduction of this new bill which provides further transparency of foreign governments' activities on American campuses.
GMU's Confucius Institute has many strings attached and deserves to be added to the list of gifts being investigated by the GMU president.
More information about how China uses Confucius Institutes to spread the regime's whitewashed version of its history and policies.
A thorough analysis of the recent Confucius Institute event held in Washington, D.C.
The Hanban stages a panel to brush off serious critiques about Confucius Institutes.
NAS President Peter Wood writes to AAUP President Rudy Fichtenbaum about the concerns we share regarding Confucius Institutes.
Download an updated PDF that lists all of the Confucius Institutes in the United States, along with information on who to contact if you have concerns.
Introducing the first NAS Confucius Institutes toolkit that provides resources and ideas to address these Chinese government-funded centers.
American universities will need to choose between money and truth when it comes to Confucius Institutes.
Rachelle Peterson writes at The Hill about six practical steps the US government can take in response to Confucius Institutes.
NAS policy director Rachelle Peterson explains at American Greatness why we should be wary of China's efforts to makeover the image of Confucius Institutes.
This morning, in a Senate hearing on worldwide threats to the United States, FBI Director Christopher Wray acknowledged that the FBI has been monitoring and investigating Confucius Institutes.
One year later and NAS's report on the Chinese government-funded Confucius Institutes is still making waves.
Efforts to censor Cambridge University Press show how far the Chinese government will go to stifle intellectual freedom.
Rachelle Peterson warns of the dangers inherent in allowing a foreign government to exert influence on classrooms and university administrators.
Peter Wood and Rachelle Peterson ask the SUNY Board of Trustees to investigate the Confucius Institutes in their system.
Professor Zu-yan Chen and Rachelle Peterson discuss NAS's report on Confucius Institutes.
Wang Qianghua responds to NAS’s report on Confucius Institutes and to two other professors’ responses.
Professor Don Boros responds to Professor Chaffee and Outsourced to China.
NAS Director of Research Rachelle Peterson comments on China's unprecedented influence on American college campuses.
Rachelle Peterson writes on China's use of soft power to influence students at American universities.
Videos from the Outsourced to China report launch are now available.
SUNY Binghamton offers critiques and corrections to Outsourced to China.
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.
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.
James A. Stever, Professor Emeritus at the University of Cincinnati, discusses the potential dangers of foreign institutes such as the Confucius Institute.