Communications networks are complex structures which are difficult to manage effectively. When they cross international borders, they become even more complex. This book helps managers and technical personnel make strategic decisions that affect their communcations, from where to place a hub to where to locate their offices. Issues such as the regulatory environment, technical development level, and language can all affect these decisions. Applying the models set out by the author can help to balance the price, quality, and availability of services from one country to another, allowing managers to make a better decision.