Features 1st Quarter 2019
Tax Implications of Funding Studies Abroad

For many around the world, the falling of leaves from trees marks the end of summer and the inevitable start of the academic year. Every year, as students of all ages return to their studies, those from abroad face a number of  additional considerations if they, and their families, are to avoid the tax traps and pitfalls that can... >>

Alice Vink Senior Associate, Stephenson Harwood LLP, UK
Features 1st Quarter 2019
The Value of Having a Dedicated Family Law Practitioner
Clare Wiseman Family Law Partner, Irwin Mitchell Private Wealth, UK
From the Editor 1st Quarter 2019
An Education
Dr. Christian H. Kälin
Cover Stories 1st Quarter 2019
Educating for the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Dr. Fernando Reimers Ford Foundation Professor of Practice in International Education, Harvard Graduate School of Education, USA
Country Reviews 1st Quarter 2019
Switzerland: A Peak Above the Rest
Kochenov 1st Quarter 2019
Kochenov: Citizenship vs. Personhood
Prof. Dr. Dimitry Kochenov Chair in EU Constitutional Law, University of Groningen, Netherlands; Chairman, Investment Migration Council, Switzerland
Brexit 1st Quarter 2019
Brexit: Protected Rights for EU Citizens in the UK
Nadine Goldfoot Partner, Fragomen Worldwide, UK
News & Updates
‘Sovereign Equity’ Launched as a Solution to Sovereign Debt and Financial Inequality in Davos Debate
News & Updates 24 January 2019
Henley & Partners and The Good Country Index at Davos 2019
Henley & Partners
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