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Foreign Affairs Committee
Accepting written submissions. Oral evidence ongoing.
This inquiry examines the policies of the UK Government towards autocratic states. The Committee aims to scrutinise both direct foreign-policy relationships with autocracies and the ways in which autocracies interact with the rules-based international system. It complements other work being undertaken by the Committee, particularly the inquiries into sanctions and media freedom.
Evidence given by Bill Rammell, Vice Chancellor, University of Bedfordshire and Chair of Million Plus, Professor Christopher Hughes, Professor of International Relations, LSE, Alexander Bustamante, Senior Vice President and Chief Compliance and Audit Officer, University of California
There are currently no public meetings scheduled.
Foreign Affairs Committee hears from academics on influence in UK universities by autocratic states