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Trade Benefits for Poor Countries Threatened by Congressional In-Fighting

From the Washington Post on December 5, 2006:

It shouldn't matter whether you're conservative or liberal, for globalization or against: Some trade bills are so obviously beneficial and unobjectionable that there's no excuse for letting them languish. This is the case with a raft of measures that would extend trade preferences for poor countries - preferences due to expire at the end of the year.

HIV/AIDS Control May be Crowding Out Other Health Initiatives

HIV/AIDS control is now receiving enormous attention in global health circles. This is reason both for celebration and concern. It is reason for celebration because the disease has been neglected in the past and the tide may be turning against this humanitarian crisis. It is reason for concern because there is growing evidence that the extensive focus on this one disease is crowding-out resources and policy-maker attention for the many other causes of death and illness of the poor in the developing world.

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