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When U.S. officials were trying to broker a deal to end the bloody 20-year civil war between Sudan and South Sudan in 2005, they had an in with the elusive guerrilla fighter leading the south's shadowy rebel forces.
The U.S. may have the most prestigious universities in the world, but the best of a new generation of schools are found elsewhere, a major new survey shows.
"It's not only the Harvards, but sometimes state colleges in unknown places are recruiting a lot of these international students. The global market has expanded," said Jorge Balan, a Latin American scholar at Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs. "Some of these colleges have done very well in recruiting these students from overseas. They've done very, very good work."
A relatively new school, he said, shouldn't expect to best centuries-old competitors in terms of general studies.