The White House and the World
by Nancy Birdsall
Publisher: Center for Global Development 2008
Number of pages: 386
The Center for Global Development has a track record of providing important insights into how the United States can improve global development policy and thereby tackle some of the world's most intractable problems. This book continues that tradition and helps advance our understanding about how the next administration can improve a critical arm of our global engagement.
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