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Having recently completed two successful terms as president of the African Development Bank, Donald Kaberuka joins CGD as a distinguished visiting fellow.
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How do rich countries’ policies affect the world’s poorest people? The results are in on CGD’s 2015 Commitment to Development Index. Interactive data, video, podcast, and brief.
Nancy Birdsall on global public goods; Nazanin Ash on modernizing engagement with the Middle East.
Now that the US Senate has confirmed Gayle Smith as USAID's new administrator, Casey Dunning proposes four goals for her to focus on in the final months of the Obama administration.
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.