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Should U.S. universities be allowed to deny Iranian nationals the right to study and earn STEM degrees in their universities?

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  • Should U.S. universities be allowed to deny Iranian nationals the right to study and earn STEM degrees in their universities?


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Answer #1 | 07/10 2015 20:56
No way
Positive: 100 %
Answer #2 | 08/10 2015 03:56
No way
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Answer #3 | 11/10 2015 10:25
You didn't get a place because someone from another country with BETTER grades beat you to it. ACCEPT it and look somewhere else. Whining about it will get you nothing!
Positive: 100 %
Answer #4 | 08/10 2015 03:05
we are both participants in a system where northern taxpayers subsidize government aid to southern states.
Positive: 100 %
Answer #5 | 12/10 2015 23:37
A new policy stating that the University of Massachusetts at Amherst will no longer admit students from Iran to certain engineering- and science-related programs has attracted criticism and stirred questions about the extent of universities’ obligations under U.S. sanctions law.
Positive: 50 %
Answer #6 | 08/10 2015 03:01
Both parts of the United States are part of the same country, governed by the same national laws, have common customs and values, and are free to move from one place to another as they wish and as opportunities for career advancement occur.
Positive: 50 %
Answer #7 | 07/10 2015 23:02
Why would they and on what grounds could they possibly justify this? It seems a bit arbitrary.
Positive: 50 %
Answer #8 | 11/10 2015 17:25
You didn't get a place because someone from another country with BETTER grades beat you to it. ACCEPT it and look somewhere else. Whining about it will get you nothing!
Positive: 0 %
Answer #9 | 13/10 2015 06:37
A new policy stating that the University of Massachusetts at Amherst will no longer admit students from Iran to certain engineering- and science-related programs has attracted criticism and stirred questions about the extent of universities’ obligations under U.S. sanctions law.
Positive: 0 %
Answer #10 | 08/10 2015 06:02
Why would they and on what grounds could they possibly justify this? It seems a bit arbitrary.
Positive: 0 %
Answer #11 | 08/10 2015 05:35
No, they shouldn't. That is probably why they don't.
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Answer #12 | 07/10 2015 22:35
No, they shouldn't. That is probably why they don't.
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