April 23, 2010
Speakers Push for More Collaboration Among North American Universities
When the North American Free Trade Agreement took effect in 1994, many scholars hoped it would herald a new era of higher-education collaboration in the region.
But Nafta is a long way from fulfilling that promise. At most, it has fostered piecemeal academic exchange with little long-term vision, delegates at a conference here said on Thursday.
"There is little or no broad-based sentiment of integration in any of the three countries at any level," said Jon Amastae, a
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