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February 19, 2014

Wellesley College finds itself caught up in Chinese politics after an economics professor at Peking University lost his job and Wellesley professors tried to help him get it back. 

Higher education partnerships offer prestige and financial incentives. But reporter Matthew Bell with WGBH's The World explains the exchange of ideas is often fraught with complications, and the case of Professor Xia Yeliang might hold some important lessons.

The World, first amendment, Wellesley College, higher ed, free speech, global competitiveness

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