Do borders keep communities safe, or do they inhibit movement and ideas? This issue of Voyages, a bi-monthly journal of inspiration from a changing Eurasia, looks at boundaries and how people are transcending them.
The Aid for Trade project supported the creation of 4,000 new jobs and US$560 million in export contracts the past 4 years alone. After 10 years, we look at some lessons on trade in Central Asia.
Every border creates its own dynamics, constraining freedom but sometimes allowing new opportunities. Many of the boundaries we experience are artificially created by societal habits and deep-seated beliefs.
In Bosnia and Herzegovina, Via Dinarica connects villages, communities and people with new opportunities – a uniting force twenty years after the war.
Meet Tome, a man with a mission: to preserve North Macedonia's indigenous vulture population and the balance of nature. Can he succeed?
An unstable security situation and suffering economy has challenged this village, but residents are determined to stay and thrive.

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19%

of youth are unemployed

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