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Articles in Books
Books or Edited Volumes
Commissioned Studies and Consultancy Reports
Discussion and Working Papers
Events and Presentations
'Yes, but... or Yes, and...': How to pitch the 2005 debate
A challenge on the SDGs
A master-class in bridging research and policy
A response to the referendum
A special $20 billion aid fund for Africa? Perhaps, but not just yet…
Blunt and brutal. But UN reform is possible. Blair, Brown and Benn can make it happen
Brussels April 2010
Brussels March 2010
Can the International Health Partnership deliver a new way of funding health spending?
Can we move from a risk framework to an opportunities framework in international development?
Climate change: what’s next?
Dealing with the crisis: here comes the EU
Debt is a Red Herring: It's Really About Aid and Trade!
Did the DAC HLM do enough to tee up the Addis Ababa FFD?
Diplomats and NGOs to blame for UN Summit failure – send them all to boot camp
From regional club to global player: how Lisbon could transform Europe
G-20 - CIGI: Ontario
G-20 - CIGI:Ontario
G-20 -- a starting gun for recovery
Globalisation and Global Poverty Policy Group Report
Has Ban Ki Moon hit a six on post-2015?
High drama at the High Level Forum
Important messages from the UK government on international development. Are we listening?
Is ‘human security’ a neat way of framing a poverty-focused aid programme, or a clever device for the EU to appropriate development aid for the purposes of foreign policy?
Is DfID any good or isn't it? And who's asking?
Is Sir Mike Aaronson right to call for DfID to be merged back with the FCO?
Is teacher pleased? The DAC Peer Review of the UK 2014
Is the WTO too complicated? Or not complicated enough?
Is Tony Blair’s legacy on Africa at risk?
Multilateralism in action
Re-imagining EU development aid
Reform of the International System: the momentum is building
Reorganising Europe's foreign affairs: what role for international development
Rome exceeded expectations; will the G8 do the same?
Six approaches to fragile states
Six questions for the new ICAI
Tackling the food price crisis: 5 steps
The alarm bells are ringing on aid, but the UK is leading the way
The challenge for global think tanks in 2018
The Conservative Manifesto: A Reading
The cost of war: DRC seeks £10 billion from Uganda
The EU International Cooperation and Development Results Framework: A commentary
The food crisis: are we making progress?
The food price crisis: another 'lost decade' for development?
The G-20 is a temporary sticking plaster, not a full organ transplant
The Millenium Development Goals are at risk: The EU should give them new momentum
The pilot IFF gets the go-ahead. Now is the time to start talking about the future aid architecture
The political economy of climate change
The seven principles for a global 're-boot'
The spring package is a promising start
This Changes Everything: Capitalism Versus The Climate by Naomi Klein
UK comparative advantage: the missing chapter in the UK’s Integrated Review of Security, Defence, Development and Foreign Policy
UK suspension of aid to Ethiopia raises accountability questions
UN Summit: Getting the structures right and securing effective collective action
What do readers think of Bill Easterly's book, 'The White Man's Burden'?
What future for the World Bank?
What will the High Level Panel on UN Reform announce this Thursday?
Where are the political divides on international development?
Where next for DfID? A public debate is needed on the forthcoming PSA and budget settlement
Will rising food prices derail development efforts?
Will the new EU Code of Conduct on Division of Labour improve or undermine aid quality?
Yogyakarta - ASEM
Topics & Themes
Is the concept of 'fragile states' over- burdened?