25 September 2000 BLAGOEVGRAD, Bulgaria-Immediately following the collapse of communism, the label “American” became increasingly attractive for new ventures and institutions across the region. The moniker captured the popular fascination with the West and had the implicit understanding that the emulation of Western models was the key for successful post-totalitarian change. Education was no different […]

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