Global Development

  • Interview | WBEZ

    American-Nigerian cooperation: An uncertain start to the Buhari era

    July 28, 2015, Richard Joseph

  • Podcast | Foreign Affairs

    July 24, 2015, John McArthur

  • Interview | ToulÉco

    July 23, 2015, Philippe Le Corre

  • Interview

    A conversation on President Obama’s trip to Kenya and Ethiopia

    July 20, 2015, Witney Schneidman and Amadou Sy

  • In the News

    When you combine technical expertise with access to credit and relatively low labor costs, plus an effective way of establishing themselves within the region, the result is a very competitive model.

    July 1, 2015, Jeffrey Gutman, Quartz Africa
  • In the News

    The ravages of globalization have made national identity that much more important. Since World War II people have searched, nobly, for structures that would bring peace and prosperity to the world. In some ways they succeeded. But nationalism is the most powerful force in modern human affairs. And that is clear in Europe and elsewhere once again.

    June 30, 2015, Jeremy Shapiro, The Huffington Post
  • In the News

    What [social impact bonds] are about getting governments and service providers to focus on outcomes, and getting governments to focus on preventative services. It's a lot less risky than business as usual for governments. Billions are spent on social services that we don't know what the outcomes are.

    June 23, 2015, Emily Gustafsson-Wright, CNBC
  • In the News

    You have to assume that some core portion of those votes [against OPIC's reauthorization] were members of Congress who always vote against foreign aid. What strikes me is that the opposition that we’ve seen over the last two years against Ex-Im has not translated into opposition against OPIC.

    June 19, 2015, George Ingram, Morning Consult
  • In the News

    It's a big paper. I hope — I’m sure — it’ll produce waves. The approach will garner wide attention because it was written by so many leaders in the field and because tackling extreme poverty has become an international priority.

    May 14, 2015, Laurence Chandy, Boston Globe
  • In the News

    If this [women's peace] group doesn't step up and incorporate some concerns about who they are dealing with, then they will definitely reinforce the legitimacy of the North Korean regime.

    May 1, 2015, Roberta Cohen, The Washington Post

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