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September 18, 2015, Anthony Venables and Dr. Samuel Wills
July 31, 2015, Amy Copley
June 23, 2015, Vanda Felbab-Brown
March 2015, Jeffrey Gutman, Amadou Sy and Soumya Chattopadhyay
A Personal Account
2014, Ezra Sabti Suruma
Can Philanthropists, the Public, and the Poor Make Poverty History?
2008, Derek Chollet and Lael Brainard, eds.
Global Poverty, Conflict, and Security in the 21st Century
2007, Derek Chollet and Lael Brainard, eds.
The Role of the Private Sector
2006, Lael Brainard, ed.
2004, Peter W. Singer
Global Poverty and the Millennium Challenge Account
2003, Carol Graham, Gayle Smith, Lael Brainard, Nigel Purvis and Steven Radelet
A Quest for Good Governance
1998, Francis M. Deng and Terrence Lyons
Case Studies of the Internally Displaced
1998, Francis M. Deng and Roberta Cohen
The Global Crisis of Internal Displacement
Conflict Management in Africa
1996, Donald Rothchild, Francis M. Deng, I. William Zartman, Sadikiel Kimaro and Terrence Lyons
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