New Code of Conduct for Uzbek Students

The Chronicle of Higher Education, in the "Global Ticker" section, posted a short piece on the new code of conduct proposed by the Ministry of Higher and Secondary Education of Uzbekistan. The article appeared in Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty [on Monday. January 23, 2012] under the following article title: "The Byzantine 'ethics' of Uzbek bathrooms breaks, handshakes, Youtube posts." Among the new rules listed, this one will lead to some discussion in North America: “categorically ban publishing, saving, or distribution via computers of different materials not related to a higher education institution"[as stated by Radio Free/Radio Liberty]. Researchers can view the full article here.

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