Interview with Charas Suwanwela
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The Professor Emeritus at the Chulalongkorn University (Thailand), Charas Suwanwela, talked with GUNI about how universities in developing countries have to assume their role in making research, which is relevant in a local and global context to cover their needs. Prof. Suwanwela considers that research in developing countries can be competitive, as it is happening in India or China. He also talked about universities and social justice, democracy and human rights.