Australia is in double bind over ‘treason’ laws

According to experts’ assumptions there could be a fall in the number of Chinese students studying at Australian Universities on account of new anti-treason laws that have been portrayed as “anti-China” by the China’s Communist Party and state-governed media. Last month Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, declared a series of planned laws to limit foreign influence in Australian politics. They are in a dilemma as they want to protect academic freedom at the same time they want to retain Chinese student numbers.

Reference Link: https://www.timeshighereducation.com/news/australia-fears-decline-chinese-students-over-treason-laws


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