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  • Private: Consequences of directly delivering development aid
    Book: After the Neocons Published: 2006Author: Francis Fukuyama Page(s): 143 Before the U.S. Congress can be persuaded to increase spending on development assistance, it needs to be convinced that the money will buy something useful in terms of actual outcomes for poor people in developing countries. There are some things that money can buy and … Continue reading "Private: Consequences of directly delivering development aid"
  • Private: Germany in Crisis (part 3 of 3)
    Book: Accidental Superpower Authors: Peter ZeihanPage(s): 243 German organizational acumen and efficiency are not limited to industrial policy. When sufficiently motivated, the Germans are capable of transformations that are as startling as they are rapid. An end to Bretton Woods provides the motivation. Every country that chooses to restrict trade access will be one that … Continue reading "Private: Germany in Crisis (part 3 of 3)"