Nancy Birdsall, editor for Center for Global Development provided on 8/22/08 The White House and the World: A Global Development Agenda for the Next U.S. President.
The White House and the World: A Global Development Agenda for the Next U.S. President shows how modest changes in U.S. policies could greatly improve the lives of poor people in developing countries, thus fostering greater stability, security, and prosperity globally and at home. Center for Global Development experts offer fresh perspectives and practical advice on trade policy, migration, foreign aid, climate change and more. In an introductory essay, CGD President Nancy Birdsall explains why and how the next U.S. president must lead in the creation of a better, safer world.Center for Global Development on 8/22/08 also provided The White House and the World Policy Briefs:
These Global Development Policy Briefs present the key facts and recommendations drawn from chapters of The White House and the World: A Global Development Agenda for the Next U.S. President.
The following briefs are available now:
- Healthy Foreign Policy: Bringing Coherence to the Global Health Agenda By Ruth Levine
- Global Warming: An Opportunity for Greatness By David Wheeler
- Power and Roads for Africa: What the United States Can Do By Vijaya Ramachandran
- Don't Close the Golden Door: Making Immigration Policy Work for Development By Michael Clemens
- U.S. Foreign Assistance for the 21st Century By Sheila Herrling and Steve Radelet