Is suspending health aid an effective response to corruption? Bill Savedoff, Amanda Glassman, and Janeen Madan advocate using health program outcomes—rather than corruption levels—as the guiding benchmark for donor decisions.
In Europe, the debate over refugees and asylum-seekers has been plagued by inflated figures, confused labels, and political gridlock. In honor of World Refugee Day, Owen Barder and Hannah Postel shed some light on the facts.
Cultural practices or poverty rates may have explained varying Ebola infection rates across West Africa, but Souleymane Soumahoro's data expose a more unsettling consideration: political marginalization.
How should the world respond to the global refugee crisis? Jim Kim and David Miliband discuss the urgent need for greater collaboration between the humanitarian and development sectors in this CGD podcast and event.