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The first hundred days of the new administration should kick start an ambitious agenda in global health. We recommend seven priority actions ...
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On this week's CGD Podcast, former President of Malawi Joyce Banda and FGM survivor Kakenya Ntaiya explain why working with existing power structures is the most effective way to protect girls.
As the UK weighs leaving the EU customs union, it's time to consider how its new trade policies might drive development. The CDI sheds some light on what other countries are doing well.
Effective development policy is a staple of American global leadership. With three big ideas and three smart reforms, the next US administration can have outsized impact on urgent global problems.
As of July 2015, a scant 4 percent of United Nations peacekeepers were women. With just a little money and direct incentives, the United States could increase the number of female peacekeepers fourfold.
Last week, Hurricane Matthew killed hundreds of Haitians and ravaged infrastructure. Matt Juden and Vij Ramachandran outline how policymakers and individuals should and shouldn't help.
A major new CGD report calls for the World Bank and MDBs to be repurposed so they can better address urgent global problems such as climate change and pandemics.
Last week, India reached a significant milestone by signing the Paris Climate Agreement. However, balancing climate action with increased energy access and growth is an ongoing challenge.
CGD and the International Rescue Committee present four principles for designing universally beneficial compacts among refugees, host countries, and the international community.
At this year's annual meetings, the multilaterals should prioritize advancing global growth while leveraging investment in global public goods, says Alan Gelb.