Despite his militant background, Mohammed S. Dajani Daoudi is fighting to increase understanding between Palestinians and Israelis.
Higher education in the United States and other open societies needs to do more to support threatened scholars around the world, participants at a conference said.
Shrinking budgets, growing demands, and technological disruption were among the issues discussed at the Princeton-Fung Global Forum, in Paris.
After centuries of lying fallow, scientific research is once again a priority in the Middle East, and a handful of academic pioneers are breaking down barriers.
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