The Demise of Academia in Erdogan’s Turkey

by Emre Celik We are seeing reports of academics being investigated and subjected to penalties for expressing their opinions about the conflict in the southeast. While we may not agree with the opinions expressed by those academics, we are nevertheless… Continue Reading  

Academic Boycott Diverts Attention From More Effective Pressure

by Yarden Katz Every few years, a call to boycott Israeli academic institutions gains enough momentum to make a brief wave in the media, before it enters the cycle of condemnation. After making the rounds, the boycott gets predictably denounced… Continue Reading