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    • Bhorat, Haroon; Tarp, Finn (2016-11-22)
      Africa's Lions examines the economic growth experiences of six fast-growing and/or economically dominant African countries. Expert African researchers offer unique perspectives into the challenges and issues in Ethiopia, ...
    • O'Hanlon, Michael (2017-08-15)
      In this new Brookings Marshall Paper, Michael O’Hanlon argues that now is the time for Western nations to negotiate a new security architecture for neutral countries in eastern Europe to stabilize the region and reduce the ...
    • Newman, Carol; Page, John; Rand, John; Shemeles, Abebe; Söderbom, Måns; Tarp, Finn (2016-02-23)
      Why is there so little industry in Africa? Over the past forty years, industry and business interests have moved increasingly from the developed to the developing world, yet Africa’s share of global manufacturing has ...
    • Zimbalist, Andrew (2017-11-01)
      A clear-eyed, critical examination of the social, political, and economic costs of hosting the 2016 summer Olympics The selection of Rio de Janeiro as the site of the summer 2016 Olympic Games set off jubilant celebrations ...
    • Ghanem, Hafez (2016-01-05)
      Since the series of uprisings of the Arab Spring began, the debate in Arab countries has focused almost exclusively on politics and questions of national identity. However, it is economic issues that are driving the agenda, ...
    • Ferris, Elizabeth; Kirisci, Kemal (2016-04-26)
      The Syrian displacement crisis raises fundamental questions about the relationship between action to resolve conflicts and humanitarian aid to assist the victims and demonstrates the limits of humanitarian response, even ...
    • Ganguly, Sumit; al-Istrabadi, Feisal (2018-06-26)
      Looking to the future in confronting the Islamic State The Islamic State (best known in the West as ISIS or ISIL) has been active for less than a decade, but it has already been the subject of numerous histories and ...
    • O'Hanlon, Michael (2015-08-31)
      In today’s U.S. defense policy debates, big land wars are out. Drones, cyber weapons, special forces, and space weapons are in. Accordingly, Pentagon budget cuts have honed in on the army and ground forces: this, after the ...