Since independence in 1973, he said, "a major goal was concluding agreements on the delimitation of our national borders
The theme of national borders
transformations in the European and worldwide context, developed in this issue, includes three different rubrics, which complement each other.
The challenge of keeping balance sheet problems within national borders
is not just for the Eurozone, but global.
Writing history on transnational themes can be an expensive business involving historians in their own journeys across national borders
Knapp's Erasmus does not communicate nostalgia for the good old days before the schism but instead represents a continuing spirit of reform: England has separated from Rome but will not cease her spiritual wanderings until she looks beyond her national borders
and reunites with the Christian brotherhood of Europe.
Waste dumping can also be lucrative and virtually risk-free--the ocean's sheer size means dumping there can be extremely difficult to detect, and illegal waste imports are widely thought to cross national borders
easily, particularly in developing countries, where inspection systems are minimal.
His actions, along with his amazing life story, testify to the fact that the traits and tales of a fighter pilot transcend time and national borders
Race unified leaders--from Kwame Nkrumah to Roy Wilkins, George Wallace to Ian Smith--in ways national borders
Williams is active in teaching and advising many international students pursuing advanced degrees in performance and pedagogy at Ohio State and has conducted research on the increasing mobility of students across national borders
and the challenges and rewards of cross-cultural study in the arts, especially cross-cultural teacher training in a global society.
However, air currents can carry dioxins and furans across national borders
, so the health implications of small-scale trash burning deserve international attention, he says.
The tables are a convenient eyeful, documenting poverty, unionization, and "demographic variation" rates across national borders
As movement slinks body to body across national borders
, how do the distinctions shift between Western and non-Western, traditional and contemporary, folk and the-atrical forms?