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New article on academic freedom in China and its global implications

chinese young men wearing masks and waving the Chinese flag
Image credit of Utrikesmagasinet. Foto: STR/AFP/TT

Marina Svensson has written an article on academic freedom in Utrikesmagasinet published by the Swedish Institute of International Affairs.

The article (in Swedish) provides an overview to the issue of academic freedom in China and its global implications. It also briefly addresses the wider and general debates on academic freedom and how it now has been put on the agenda by both the UN and the EU.

Read the full article in Utrikesmagasinet