World Bank

Tag Archives | World Bank

via Facebook

Aquino’s Legacy in the Philippines

  • Benigno Aquino/Facebook

    The Philippines Has Come Such a Long Way

    03.05.15
  • Reuters

    Economic Woes Fuel the Conflict in Yemen

  • Compeller Pictures

    The Global Race to the Bottom

  • Agência Brasil

    Why Brazil Is Its Own Worst Enemy

    12.23.14
  • CIFOR

    UNCTAD’s Fiftieth: Prosperity for All?

  • RIA Novosti

    BRICS and the SCO: Let A Thousand Poles Bloom

  • Jolanda Flubacher

    Dilma Rousseff likely to be Reelected, So Why are Brazilians Celebrating?

    07.07.14
  • Peter Foley/EPA

    From D-Day to Today: U.S. Foreign Policy is at a Turning Point

  • Ryan Rayburn

    Deceptive Gyrations: Rebasing the Growth of the Nigerian Economy

  • Google

    The Geopolitics of Gay Rights in Uganda

  • via Wikimedia

    Sorry Greenpeace, Golden Rice is a Win for Nutrition and Health

    02.18.14
  • Rock Cohen

    Exploring Europe’s Significance in a Globalized World

    02.09.14
  • Tiago Fioreze

    Trade in Kashmir: Removal of Barriers the Key to Transforming the Region

  • Espen Rasmussen

    Yemen’s Descent: Is the Arab Spring a Failure of Ideas?

    12.24.13
  • Rafiq Maqbool/AP

    Neoliberalism and the Welfare State: The Case of Contemporary India

  • Rémi Noyon

    European Migration and the Rise of the Far Right

    10.09.13
  • Al Jazeera

    Foreign Direct Investment in Myanmar will Increase Stability

  • Google

    Pakistan, the IMF and a New Loan

  • International Rivers

    Will Congo Benefit from Grand Inga Dam?

    06.29.13
  • Chatham House

    Obama’s Myopic Myanmar Policy

  • Pete Souza

    The Impeding Funding Gap in Afghanistan

  • David Fernandez/EPA

    Venezuela’s More Moderate Future after Hugo Chávez

  • Michael Wuertenberg

    BRICS, the United States and Africa

    02.06.13
  • via Tumblr

    Europe’s Perpetual Crisis

  • Google

    The Talented Mrs. Kirchner

  • Stephen Jaffe

    How Neoliberal Tax and Financial Policy Impoverishes Russia

  • Pete Souza

    U.S. Foreign Policy and Africa: The Next Four Years

  • Muhammad Yunus

    Eradicating Poverty through Social Business

  • Assignment Afghanistan

    Damned by Riches: How Afghanistan’s Mineral Wealth Undermines NATO Mission

  • Luiz Roberto Lima

    Despite Lack of Firm Commitments, Rio+20 Climate Summit Prods On

  • Official Website

    How to Save a Stumbling ‘Economic Europe’

    06.11.12
  • Tobin Jones

    Priorities for Somali State Rebuilding

    06.06.12
  • Marc Veraart

    Ethiopia: World Bank to Fund Destructive Dam through the Backdoor?

  • Google

    Argentina’s Economic Policy: Failing to Learn from History

    and 03.28.12
  • Wu Zhiyi

    Can Jim Yong Kim Reinvent the World Bank?

  • Chatham House

    Trouble in Euro Zone Paradise?

  • Julien Gomba

    Protecting Progress: South America’s Battle with Chevron

    02.19.12
  • Bernardo Londoy

    Latin American Success: A Case for Comparative Advantage

    and 02.07.12
  • Pete Souza

    A Passage to Kabul