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Mead Over offers highlights from UNAIDS’ new strategy to combat HIV/AIDS. Amanda Glassman says cash transfers can help reduce new HIV infections among girls and young women.
Michael Clemens has an antidote for fear-based anti-refugee rhetoric — the facts. Here’s one: decades of research show no link between immigration and crime.
Frances Seymour explains why the Paris climate agreement is good news for the climate, for development, and for forests.
Under Secretary of the US Treasury Nathan Sheets speaks about the need to address bank de-risking while keeping the financial system sound. Vijaya Ramachandran and Matt Juden sum up the event.
Nancy Birdsall is to step down as CGD president in 2016, once a successor is in place. She will stay with the Center as a senior fellow.
As the G-20 Summit approaches, CGD experts weigh in with recommendations and expectations on climate change finance, energy access, and financial inclusion.
A new report explains how efforts to combat money laundering and the financing of terrorism can undermine development. The working group recommends ways to reduce unintended consequences while making us safer.
Bill Savedoff reflects on two aspects of paying directly for results that are crucial to success: independent verification and autonomy for the recipients.
We have the tools to reduce inequality, but it takes the hard work of building better institutions. Anit Mukherjee recaps an event with IMF deputy managing director Min Zhu and CGD’s Nora Lustig.
MCC hopes to advance a proposed second compact with Tanzania, but as Sarah Rose explains, the absence of cost-benefit analysis could make approval a tough decision for the agency’s board.