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Invigorating US leadership in global development
From summits to solutions: Innovations in implementing the sustainable development goals
Re-examining trade with Africa under the Continental Free Trade Agreement
One of the biggest concepts is breadth. Learning isn't just K-12. It starts prenatally. If you get a read on what your children are and aren't being exposed to at school, that will suggest the kinds of experiences you want your children to have outside of school.
Certain traits of [Imran Khan]—his lack of desire to conduct politics as usual, his stubbornness—will mean that should his relationship with the military sour or cool off, he might falter more quickly than politicians in the past, and more badly. But once in power, he could also adapt.
"[Pakistan's judiciary is an] all too willing pawn in the military's hands...I also think that it is in broad agreement with the military in its stance on Pakistan's politics."