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By Noam Unger


Partway into reforms of the United States ’ global development policy and operations, leaders in the administration, Congress and the broader development community must reflect on the changes made thus far, and must do so in the current political and budgetary context. This policy brief highlights those reforms that are under way, those that are not and those that are still missing from the agenda, and it offers specific recommendations to the Obama administration on the first anniversary of its announced global development policy. The next year is critically important for consolidating gains and for setting the stage for further reforms that could elevate effective development as a central pillar of U.S. national security policy

Year: 2012
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