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Philip Carl Salzman
Philip Carl Salzman is professor emeritus of anthropology at McGill University, senior fellow at the Frontier Centre for Public Policy, fellow at the Middle East Forum, and president of Scholars for Peace in the Middle East.
Let’s Hire China to Run Our Schools and Universities
Commentary The internationalization of labor has been a longstanding policy of government and business. The main reason is ...
May 8, 2021
Legislatures, It’s Time to Defund Universities
Commentary Our universities have been uniformly corrupted by neo-Marxist political ideology. They no longer teach the great wealth ...
May 5, 2021
Academia Becomes More Ideological, More Coercive
Commentary Universities as a community of autonomous scholars delving into knowledge and seeking to expand it is a ...
April 30, 2021
Where Can You Send Your Children to University?
Commentary Liberal arts education, as I experienced it at Antioch College in the late 1950s and early 1960s, ...
April 19, 2021
How ‘Inclusion’ in Canadian Universities Becomes Exclusion
Commentary The foremost advocates of racism and sexism in Canada are our universities. No longer are individuals treated ...
March 27, 2021
From Postcolonial Theory to Toxic Masculinity: What Students Learn at Canadian Universities
Commentary Did you know that all of the evil in the world was brought about by Western imperialism ...
March 22, 2021
The Woke War Against African Americans
Commentary The purpose of the woke “antiracism” movement launched by some members of the educational, media, and political ...
March 16, 2021
Biden Reiterates Support for Israel’s Right to Defend Itself From Hamas Missile Attacks
Taiwan Says Hong Kong Tycoon Asset Freeze a Warning to Global Investors
COVID-19 Surges in Northeast and South China, International Events Postponed
Taiwan Tightens Curbs After Surge in Domestic COVID-19 Cases
Former Trump Administration Official Casey Wardynski Announces Campaign for Congress
Fuel Shortages Ease as Colonial Pipeline Has Resumed ‘Normal Operations’
Democrat Seeks to Censure Three GOP Congress Members Who ‘Dangerously Mischaracterized’ Jan. 6
Unused Trailers for Homeless Sit Empty in LA
McKissick Defeats Pro-Trump Lawyer Lin Wood in Race for Head of South Carolina GOP
Chinese Mother of Man Imprisoned, Tortured Over Posts About Chinese Leader’s Daughter Fears for Her Own Safety