Academic Internationalization Risks through Entrepreneurial Universities
...However, the protection of a person’s right to knowledge which presupposes
free circulation of ideas - privileges conquered after significant struggle
and sacrifices through the years - can either be enhanced, diminished, or even
lost if we neglect to consider carefully the conditions under which internationalization
of Higher Education, and especially research, will be taking place.
The right to knowledge and the right to free research must both be relieved
and protected from influences of compromised ideologies which restrict their
freedom to cut-and- dried directions and sets...