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Magazine articles on international politics, treaties, trade, and the United Nations.
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Finance & Development
December 1, 2006
Schieber et al.
Getting Real on Health Financing Unless the efficiency of the global aid architecture is improved and countries enhance their ability to put aid to good use, the massive investment in health that is currently taking place will not deliver the improvement in the health of the poor that everybody is striving for. mark for My Articles 196 similar articles
Finance & Development
December 1, 2006
Ghosh & Ramakrishnan
Do Current Account Deficits Matter? The current account balance may seem to be an abstruse economic concept. But in countries that are spending a lot more abroad than they are taking in, the current account is the point at which international economics collides with political reality. mark for My Articles 321 similar articles
Finance & Development
December 1, 2006
Raghuram Rajan
The Great Game Again? Countries seeking economic security by acquiring commodity producers risk violating good business sense. mark for My Articles 686 similar articles
December 2006
Top Energy News Stories of 2006 Offshore drilling debate unresolved... Tensions in Latin America energy sector... etc. mark for My Articles 940 similar articles
December 2006
Arthur Lerner-Lam
Don't Prioritize: Mainstream Hazard Reduction Into Economic Development Aid A global effort to reduce natural hazard risks is a dream shared by many, but it cannot play out in a development policy vacuum. Making the explicit link between risk reduction and economic development turns a global effort into an international one. mark for My Articles 144 similar articles
December 2006
Eliza Griswold
Waging Peace in the Philippines With innovative tactics, U.S. forces make headway in the "war on terror" in the Philippines. mark for My Articles 160 similar articles
National Defense
December 2006
Shaheen & Geren
Tightening Export Controls Require Industry Awareness U.S. export-control enforcement activities by the Departments of Commerce and State remain on the rise. mark for My Articles 86 similar articles
HBS Working Knowledge
November 6, 2006
Martha Lagace
How South Africa Challenges Our Thinking on FDI After the fall of apartheid, South Africa accepted the standard prescription for countries to receive more foreign direct investment. Yet FDI has been a mere trickle. Why? The answer may reside in the country's strong corporate environment. mark for My Articles 332 similar articles
November 2006
Laura S. L. Kong
Guarding Against Tsunamis: What Does It Mean To Be Ready? Despite the implementation of new tsunami warning systems, much work is ahead before the coastal communities of the world can be truly prepared. mark for My Articles 139 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 30, 2006
Richard Van Noorden
Economist's Review Marks Turning Point Scientists have welcomed an economist's review into the costs of climate change, which warns of global recession if greenhouse gas emissions are not stabilized. mark for My Articles 363 similar articles
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