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Immigration, Policy-Oriented Evaluation of Benefits and Costs for Developed Countries
Paper reviews the principal policy implications involved by the process of immigration for the developed countries. By Alexandra Dobra. (10/06/2010) Read More...


Combating Terrorism in East Africa: An Economic Approach
Combating Terrorism in East Africa: An Economic Approach
Author presents economic approaches to combat Islamist terrorism in East Africa. By Matthew Bush. (09/15/2010) Read More...


IA-Forum Interview: E.J. Hogendoorn
IA-Forum Interview: E.J. Hogendoorn
IA Forum speaks with E.J. Hogendoorn, International Crisis Group, Horn of Africa Project Director, about al-Shabaab transnational attacks and Somalia. By Matthew Bush. (IA-Forum, 08/10/2010) Read More...


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Child Migration: Challenging Common Misperceptions
Author examines to what extent the economic status of the child migrant and their household affect their decision to migrate. By Giulia Frontini. (08/07/2010) Read More...


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It's the Afghan Economy, Stupid: Jobs and Development Will Defeat the Taliban
M. Ashraf Haidari, political counselor of the Embassy of Afghanistan, argues that economic growth and development are the keys to driving out the Taliban from Afghanistan. By M. Ashraf Haidari. (07/... Read More...


IA-Forum Spring 2010 Report: Africa, Global Food and Water Security
IA-Forum Spring 2010 Report: Africa, Global Food and Water Security
Spring issue of Forum report featuring global experts discussing African Economic Development, Reconstruction in African Post-Conflict Areas, and Global Food and Water Securities. (05/25/2010) Read More...


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Economic Superpower Sweepstakes: Can China Succeed Where Japan Failed?
Winner of IA-Forum Winter 2009 Student Essay Competition. In examining China's potential as the world's economic superpower, author analyzes and compares Chinese and Japanese economies. By Ren Xiang... Read More...


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Acute Poverty Alleviation Through Women’s Targeting By Microfinance Programs
Author provides argument for sustaining female-targeting microfinance programs. By Alexandra Dobra. (04/20/2010) Read More...


Changing of the Guard: The Way Forward for Chile's New President
Changing of the Guard: The Way Forward for Chile's New President
Author analyzes issues facing new Chilean President Sebastian Pinera. By Tarun George. (04/16/2010) Read More...


IA Forum Interview:  Dr. Deborah Brautigam
IA Forum Interview: Dr. Deborah Brautigam
IA Forum speaks with Dr. Deborah Brautigam about her book The Dragon’s Gift: The Real Story of C... Read More...


IA-Forum Interview: Mr. Stephen Kaplitt
IA-Forum Interview: Mr. Stephen Kaplitt
IA Forum speaks with Mr. Stephen Kaplitt, pioneer of a new approach to private sector development at the U.S. State Department known as Economic Empowerment in Strategic Regions (EESR). By Robert Bro... Read More...


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Worldwide water crisis: time is running out
Water supply infrastructure improvement is vital to protect both business interests and the World's poor. (Lloyd's - 12/08/2009) Read More...


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Bilateral donors and aid conditionality in post-conflict peacebuilding
Exploring the role of bilateral donors and conditional aid in Mozambique’s successful post-war peace process. By Carrie Manning and Monica Malbrough. (Journal of Modern African Studies - 2010) Read More...


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Advancing African Development: The Necessity for Aid and Trade
How to organize the political system to enshrine accountability of political and economic elites to the citizens, and how to play off foreign powers in the competitive international environment so as ... Read More...


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The Dollar and the Deficits
The global economic crisis has revealed the folly of large U.S. budget and trade deficits, as well as of the strong dollar that makes them possible. If it is serious about recovery, the United States ... Read More...


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Frostbitten: Decoding the Cold War, 20 Years Later
The magisterial Cambridge History of the Cold War views the Cold War as an undifferentiated chunk of history. But the conflict between the superpowers was just one strand of history in the middle and ... Read More...


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Complexity and Collapse
Imperial collapse may come much more suddenly than many historians imagine. A combination of fiscal deficits and military overstretch suggests that the United States may be the next empire on the prec... Read More...


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Netanyahu and the sanctioning of Iran
Thomas Evans asks why Israel looks unlikely to gain support for energy sanctions against Iran. (OpenDemocracy, 02/25/2010) Read More...


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Doing What Works: Building a Government That Delivers Greater Value and Results to American People
Opinion research shows the public does not believe government is capable of executing its responsibilities efficiently and effectively. As a result, a government makeover would deliver more than polic... Read More...


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Debunking False Energy Claims
Reports from the Heritage Foundation and the Milken Institute are a distraction from the real debates on how best to secure our economy and national security, and protect our planet from the effects o... Read More...


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Reviving the American Empire
The answers to the most pressing problems for Americans are through collaboration with other powers; our global leadership combined with cultural hegemony that declines at a much slower pace than cash... Read More...


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The United States of Science
One set of President Obama's 2011 budget numbers tackles the threat posed by ever-rising federal deficits to our country’s long-term stability, and the other set provides the financial wherewithal for... Read More...


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Confronting the Long Crisis of Globalization: Risk, Resilience and International Order
Alex Evans, Bruce Jones and David Steven discuss risks to the process of globalization and new ideas on how to make it ‘more resilient’. (Brookings Institution, 01/26/2010) Read More...


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Slimming Down the Defense Budget
The federal government can and should do more to rein in spending on the investment portion of the defense budget, which still includes a number of outdated, over budget weapons systems. By Lawrence J... Read More...


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The False Promise of Primacy: Debunking Robert Kagan’s Nostalgia for Bush-Era Foreign Policy
The unifying theme of President Obama’s domestic agenda is retooling America so it can prosper in the global economy, to the chagrin of Robert Kagan. By Nina Hachigian. (The Center for American Progr... Read More...


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Testing Time for U.S.-China Relations
President Obama’s conciliatory approach just postponed the already existing friction in U.S.-China relations. But like the times before, this rough patch will pass, too. The tone may have changed, but... Read More...


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Energy Security for Ukraine and Europe
Jörg Himmelreich argues that free-market policies and improved transparency in the energy sector are critical for Ukraine's security and economy - and by extension, Europe's access to natural gas. Read More...


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The Economic Crisis and the Mediterranean: Mixed Effects, Longer-Term Questions
This brief explores the impact of the global pressures on key countries in North Africa and the Eastern Mediterranean. The analysis suggests that most countries in the region are weathering the financ... Read More...


IA Forum Special Report - Climate Change, Cybersecurity
IA Forum Special Report - Climate Change, Cybersecurity
IA Forum presents its latest special report featuring the trade-off between economic policy and climate change policy, insurgent groups, and cybersecurity. Read More...


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The Many Ants of Iceland
With their country's economy in tatters from the financial crisis, Icelanders are turning to some strange methods for reforming their government. By Althea Legaspi (Foreigh Policy, 01/11/2010) Read More...


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