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If richer states provide security, the poorest can finally grow.
How much can schools improve the life prospects of children growing up in poor neighborhoods?
James Forman, Jr.
Why I switched to the One Laptop Per Chhild —and why I dropped it
Richard M. Stallman
Case Study: What Works Best in Poor Countries?
Michael Kremer, Edward Miguel, Clair Null, Alix Zwane
Without public investment, the food crisis will only get worse.
Rosamond Naylor, Walter Falcon
Some myths about the rise of China and India.
Progress in the world's poorest region.
Becoming human in South Africa.
Understanding the persistence of racial inequality.
Do housing vouchers work?
What if we stop thinking in terms of place and start thinking about families or individuals?
Although both the victims and the perpetrators of human rights violations on African soil have been Africans, the pursuit of justice has been conducted largely by international institutions, and not Africans themselves.
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