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International provision of higher education services in both European and East Asian countries increasingly have a regional dimension. The European Union has since 1987 promoted the mobility of students, faculty, and content through its Erasmus Programmes. The ‘Bologna’ process that began in...
The three transition economies of the South-Caucasus: Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia lie to the south of the principal Caucasian mountain range, and situated on the crossroads between Europe and Asia they absorbed the culture of both and cannot to this day decide with which they have greater...
The construction of cross-border pipelines requires large upfront investment and, because of transit through third countries, is subject to increased risk. We demonstrate that the decision to build cross-border pipelines in landlocked regions is influenced more by economics than by politics....
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