Bridging the divide

Lancaster, Pat
May 1997
Middle East;May97, Issue 267, p35
Focuses on King Faisal Foundation Prince of Wales Chevening scholarship, a scholarship scheme sponsored by Saudi Arabia and Great Britain. Promotion of understanding between the Islamic and Western worlds; Significance as a symbol of continuing relations between the two countries; Scholarship foundation as a vehicle for joint co-operation based on culture and education.


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