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JCU caught in Singapore crossfire

James Cook University’s Singapore campus has been accused of kowtowing to the country’s political leaders and denying a staff member freedom of speech, after one of its contracted lecturers became embroiled in politically related legal proceedings. But the university says politics has nothing to do with the lecturer’s suspension.

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