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U.S. Development Assistance: A View From Africa

A quiet but notable shift has taken place in the way foreign aid is distributed in many countries. Donors are allowing citizens in recipient countries greater autonomy in making decisions and executing plans. Some say the change is long overdue, but others worry it cedes too much control. We consider accountability and transparency in foreign aid and get the view from the ground in Africa.

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Women Can't Make Sushi, And Other Fishy Myths, Busted

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War Votes Bring Back Complex Risks for Members of Congress

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