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7-8  

Foreword on NORRAG NEWS at 25 ,

By:Kenneth King
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9-10  

Twenty five years of support to NORRAG and NORRAG NEWS,

Lennart Wohlgemuth, Myra Harrison and David Levesque
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10-15  

Editorial - The Aid Politics of Overseas Scholarships and Awards,

Kenneth King, Editor, NORRAG
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16-18  

Historical Trends in Overseas Scholarship Funding in South Africa Prior to 1994,

Peter Kallaway, University of Cape Town, formerly Western Cape
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18-20  

“Varsity Debate Healthy”,

David Court, Consultant Nairobi, formerly Rockefeller Foundation
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20-22  

The Soviet-Arab Educational Cooperation in the Cold War,

Constantin Katsakioris, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales in Paris
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22-25  

China’s Exchanges and Scholarships with Africa: History, Success and Problems,

Li Wei, Zhejiang University, China
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25-26  

The Current Environment for Japan’s Development Aid and Scholarship Support,

Nobuhiro Setoguchi, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Techno
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28-29  

Scholarship Programmes Still Going Strong,

Goran Hyden, University of Florida
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29-31  

Is It Really Aid? Bilateral Aid and the Tertiary Sector in Australia,

Elizabeth Cassity, University of Sydney, Australia
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31-33  

The Perils of Pauline: Commercialism in Australian Internationalisation,

Anthony Welch, University of Sydney, Australia
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33-34  

Development Awards (AusAID),

Fiona Cornwell, AusAID, Canberra
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35-37  

Mixed Motives in Australia’s Higher Education Scholarship Programme,

Karen Medica, Monash University, Department of Management
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37-39  

Australian Development Scholarships and their Place within Diplomacy, Education and Development,

Anna Kent, University of Melbourne
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39-40  

NZ Scholarships - New Developments,

Myra Harrison, NZAid, Wellington
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40-41  

The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) at a Glance,

Felix Wagenfeld, DAAD, Bonn
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41-43  

Human Capacity Building: Professionals Learning for a Sustainable Future,

Ingrid Jung, GIZ GmbH, Education Division/Bonn
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44-45  

Human Resource Development Scholarship Courses: At the End of the Day, it’s the Secretary Who Matters!,

Matthias Wesseler, Hann Muenden (formerly University of Kassel)
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45-47  

South Korea’s Scholarship and Training Programme — Who Benefits?,

Kyucheol Eo, Korea, and Moosung Lee, Hong Kong
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47-49  

French Policy of Overseas Scholars’ Aid,

Bikas C Sanyal, Vice-Chair, UNESCO International Institute for Capacity Building
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49-51  

The Economic Rationale for French Support to Foreign Students,

Christian Kingombe, ODI, London
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51-54  

Long-Term Training at Universities through JICA – Varieties and Dynamics,

Taeko Okitsu, Consultant, JICA
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54-56  

Increasing Research Capacity through Scholarships and Awards: IDRC’s Experience over the Last 40 years,

Rita Bowry, IDRC, Ottawa
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57-58  

Fellowships and Awards: New Approaches for the 21st Century,

Eva Rathgeber, University of Ottawa
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58-61  

Are Donor-Financed Scholarship Programmes Responding to the Emergence of Education Hubs in their Target Regions?,

Mtinkheni Gondwe and Ad Boeren, NUFFIC, The Hague
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61-63  

From Scholarships to Training Programmes and Capacity Building by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation,

Rosemarie Lausselet and Dominique Rodas, SDC, Bern
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63-65  

Where Does Higher Education Aid Go?,

N.V.Varghese, IIEP/UNESCO, Paris
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67-68  

The United States as a Destination for International Students,

Raisa Belyavina, Institute of International Education, Washington
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69-70  

Commonwealth Scholarships in an Age of Change: a View from the UK,

Tim Unwin and John Kirkland, ommonwealth Scholarship Commission in the UK
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71-73  

Scholarships in an Age of Change: A Commentary and Postscript,

Peter Williams, Council for Education in the Commonwealth, Dorking
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73  

Steep Decline in UK’s Prestigious Chevening Awards,

Peter Williams, Council for Education in the Commonwealth
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75-76  

The Solar Grandmothers: South-South Cooperation at its Best,

Bunker Roy, Tilonia, Rajasthan, India
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76-79  

India as a Diverse Scholarship Provider,

Indu Grover, Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar, India
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79-81  

Address by the Deputy Minister of Higher Education and Training, South Africa, at the launch of the Nyerere Programme, 23 November 2010, Cape Town,

Professor Hlengiwe Mkhize, Deputy Minister of Higher Education and Training, Sou
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81-83  

Scholarships for Foreigners in Brazil,

Helio G.Barros, Ministry of Science and Technology, Brasília
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84-85  

China’s Educational Assistance,

Lili Dong, University of Minnesota
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86-87  

Russia's Return to Africa - The Scholarship Dimension,

Guy Pandji, The University of Ngaoundere, Cameroon
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89-91  

Cuba’s Scholarship Tradition: The Perspective from Ghana,

Sabine Lehr, University of Victoria, British Columbia
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91-93  

Educational Policies of Turkey on Turkic Republics and Turkic Communities: The Great Student Exchange Project,

Cennet Engin-Demir, Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey
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93-94  

Hong Kong Aspires to Attract the “Best and Brightest” PhD Students,

Ting Chuen Pong, Research Grants Council, Hong Kong
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95  

Not Even a Hair! Why Hong Kong Doesn’t Give,

Kai-ming Cheng, University of Hong Kong
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97-98  

International Scholarships or Global Marketing Mechanism: Interesting Macro-Micro Dichotomies?,

Binod Khadria, Jawaharlal Nehru University
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98-101  

Chile’s Radical Expansion of its Postgraduates Studying Abroad. Where Are They Going?,

Cristián Cox, Universidad Católica de Chile
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102-103  

Why Go Abroad for Masters and PhD? The Case of Jordan,

Lama Nusair, Hashemite University, Jordan
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104-106  

The Geopolitics of Scholarships: Views of a Kenyan Beneficiary,

Bernard Omwenga Momanyi, University of Nottingham
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106-108  

Old and New Forms of Scholarships and Donations in Ethiopia,

Jana Zehle, Addis Ababa University
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109-110  

Do Russians Look Across the Border to China?,

Andrey Uroda, Consultant, Tokyo, formerly the University of Hong Kong
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112  

Introduction to the NORRAG Section,

Kenneth King, Editor, NORRAG NEWS
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113-118  

REPORT OF TWO NORRAG MEETINGS,

Kenneth King, Editor, NORRAG NEWS
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119  

Quantitative Issues in Managing Membership Networks,

Robert G. Myers, Hacia una Cultura Democrática, A.C. (ACUDE), Mexico City
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126-127  

‘Diploma’ Serves ‘Diplomacy’? Politics of Chinese Government Scholarships in Tanzania,

Tingting YUAN, University of Bristol
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