India: The Stormy Revival of an International University

India: The Stormy Revival of an International University
The aim of the founders of the new Nalanda was not only to have a first-rate university but to encourage cooperation and interchange of ideas across national borders (again, reflecting the traditions of the ancient Nalanda). They endorsed a “vision” of …
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Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
The National Anti-Corruption Bureau and the National Agency for Prevention of Corruption have been established. The bureau's head was elected by a board of representatives from all branches of government in an open competition. The bureau, an …
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