David Brophy is senior lecturer in modern Chinese history at the University of Sydney.
David Brophy and Jocelyn Chey speaking at the Politics in the Pub Forum on relations with China. Continue reading »
The University’s approach to ‘foreign interference’ puts its Chinese staff at risk. There’s a tension in the idea of the modern university, between the essentially borderless nature of knowledge production, and the rival claim that universities should serve the “national interest”. Continue reading »
No one wins in a race to the bottom on national security: Let the Chinese academics back in (The China Story Sep 15, 2020)
If politicians don’t change course, the deterioration of Australia’s relationship with China will go hand in hand with the erosion of our civil liberties. Continue reading »