Bribed: Subverting American Universities, by Raymond Ibrahim

Do you think big grants from foreign entities encourage disinterested scholarship at the universities that receive them? From Raymond Ibrahim at gatestoneinstitute.org:

  • More than one-third of the nearly $20 billion in foreign donations and contracts made to American universities between just 2014 and 2020 were never disclosed as required by federal law, according to “Institutional Compliance with Section 117 of the Higher Education Act of 1965,” a Department of Education report released on October 20, 2020.
  • Among those “gifts” were more than $3 billion from the Muslim Brotherhood’s number one state backer, Qatar; more than $1.1 billion from the chief disseminator of “radical” Islamic ideology, Saudi Arabia; and nearly $1.5 billion from China.
  • The reason U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East has traditionally tended towards disaster may partly be — in addition to the elixir of wishful thinking — because policymakers and the advisors and analysts on whom they rely are products of programs in which benefactors are hostile to the United States.
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A recent governmental report exposes the “purchased” influence foreign nations have on America’s most prestigious universities and, as a result, on what America’s current and upcoming generations of analysts and policymakers will think and believe.

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2 responses to “Bribed: Subverting American Universities, by Raymond Ibrahim

  1. “More than one-third of the nearly $20 billion in foreign donations and contracts made to American universities between just 2014 and 2020 were never disclosed as required by federal law…”
    Any crimes committed? If so, jail time?

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    • Academia is one of those special places, like Washington DC and cities run by Democrats, where laws don’t apply unless they’re applied against enemies of the Rightful Order.

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