Chinese author Wang Xiaofang, a former government official turned best-selling novelist, is a forceful advocate for democratization and staunch critic of Chinese contemporaries who
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A jury declared Wednesday that a conservative scholar who was passed over for a teaching job at the University of Iowa law school was not the victim of political discrimination.
A "greater degree of self-awareness" about the quality of British doctoral and master's degrees is needed if the country is to maintain its "world-leading" status, the British Higher Education Commission has warned.
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A military helicopter arced through the dusty yellow haze and dropped onto the sand a few kilometers from Timbuktu ...
A North Korean army minister was reportedly executed with a mortar round for drinking and carousing during the official mourning period after the death of Kim Jong-il.
Peggy Liu, chairwoman of the Joint US-China Cooperation on Clean Energy, or JUCCCE, said that she often gets asked if China really wants to go green.
For many schools, mixing online courses with face-to-face learning is primarily a method for serving struggling or advanced students while keeping them inside school walls.
The United States filed a fraud lawsuit against Bank of America Corp, accusing it of causing taxpayers more than $1 billion of losses by selling thousands of toxic mortgage loans to
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