International Development

By Gerald Woels
Senior Writer
March 12, 2012

Those who fault China for exploiting Africa's natural resources should point the finger instead at the continent's failing leadership.

By Jessica Schulberg
February 28, 2012

Following the ouster of strongman Ali Abdullah Saleh, Washington must keep Yemen on track toward representative government.

By Yvonne Chen
February 28, 2012

Governments and development organizations should pay more attention to unemployed youth, who often play a catalyzing role in violent conflicts around the world.

By Yvonne Chen
Staff Writer
January 23, 2012

The stage is set for a democratic transition in the People’s Republic.

By Benjamin Dills
December 12, 2011

Environmental degradation compounds the devastating famine in East Africa, but one simple program may help curb deforestation in the Horn of Africa.


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