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Saudi Arabia's influence: on US campuses too?

Reader comment on item: What Riyadh Buys [in Washington]

Submitted by Carolyn Hathaway (United States), Dec 12, 2002 at 11:52

Your article "What Riyadh Buys" in Washington, DC is chillingly revealing. Could Saudi Arabia money be influencing Middle East Studies departments in universities, as well? It might help explain why these departments share Arabic views and, contrary to higher education values, will not allow examination of their opinions.

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