An Australian study concluded that the term “cyclist” is dehumanizing and dangerous, based on a study of motorists on how they perceive cyclists in their daily lives.
And yes, it could happen here.
We used to look at universities in other nations as an example of what could happen if we lose first amendment rights on campus. Now they might be looking at us as a worst-case scenario.
Chongyi Feng, a Chinese academic based in Australia, was allowed to fly back to Australia from China after the Chinese government barred him from leaving the country.
From Inside Higher Ed: China has barred one of its citizens, a professor at an Australian university, from leaving the country. State officials suspect him of being a threat to national security, The New York Times reported….
In a recent policy analysis by the libertarian think tank Cato Institute, Peter Kaznacheev claimed that the oft-used academic theory of a “resource curse” is erroneous and mistaken. Kaznacheev is the director at the Centre…
Three intelligence officials visited the joint Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and George Washington University (GWU) conference. Mohammad Masoom Stanekzai, chief of intelligence for Afghanistan’s national government, Nick Warner of Australia’s Secret Intelligence Service (SIS) and…
Someone in Australia came up with the term, which adds another term to the academic jargon.
The Heartland Institute published “Top 10 Global Warming Lies” to answer the reporting of the Left on the effects of global warming. Specifically, the report was designed as a response to the Environmental Defense Fund’s…