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    The outlook for Saudi Arabia remains relatively strong in the short to medium term, in spite of the risks posed by regional conflict and falling oil prices. The government continues to push ahead with policies designed to diversify the country’s...

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    The fall in global oil prices, dependency on commodity exports, sanctions, a sharply devaluing rouble and low consumer confidence have contributed to a prolonged recession. Amid the economic downturn, Russia is faced with examining the deep-...

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    Kazakhstan has made significant headway in improving its competitiveness and has risen rapidly to become a regional leader in economic growth and development. With a large, young population and improved human development indicators, Kazakhstan is...

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    As it staves off recession and deflationary pressure, Romania faces many similar issues as other countries in the Eurozone, but nevertheless, it has a much more positive economic outlook. Although it remains one of the poorest and least developed...

News update

The latest news and features on the international aspects of higher education.

18 August 2016
Dr. Rahul Choudaha, co-founder and CEO of DrEducation, a US-based global higher education consulting firm, and interEDGE.org, a social venture focused on international student success, tells Education Intelligence about his latest international education projects and more.
25 July 2016
A developed, high-income country, Taiwan has invested strategically in its economy and public services and has succeeded in nearly eradicating poverty and creating one of the world’s most equitable societies. Read more about a country where 80 per cent of the population are active Internet users, compared with the Asia-Pacific average of 36 per cent.
25 July 2016
State and local spending on prisons and jails is increasing at a faster rate than on public education over the past three decades, according to a U.S. Department of Education report. The report focuses on a significant increase in spending on prisons and jails nationally, and the relative disparity in increases to education-related spending, with 46 out of 50 states decreasing their higher education expenditures during the period examined.

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