WTO Hands a Critical Victory to African Farmers

Even if US resists call to end subsidies, trade body's ruling encourages poor nations
Gayle E. Smith, Susan E. Rice
May 21, 2004

Kenya: Globalizing with Flowers

The country still has long way to go to integrate more profitably with the world
Jean-Pierre Lehmann
April 9, 2004

No More Rwandas

The US should follow Europe's lead and help the African Union create a rapid reaction force
Michael E. O'Hanlon
April 2, 2004

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Great Apes Facing “Direct Threat” From Palm Oil Farming

Common product in soap, cosmetics, shampoos, drives massive deforestation
December 8, 2014

Somalia's Troubles Come South

Shabab terrorists extend their brutal reach into Kenya
December 4, 2014

Cuba’s Health Diplomacy in the Age of Ebola

WHO, UN, and even US praise Cuba’s big commitment to fight against Ebola
Eduardo J. Gomez
December 3, 2014

Ebola: The Dark Side of Globalization

Health care, education, good governance in faraway nations mean security for all
Trond Undheim
October 21, 2014

Should We Ban Flights From Countries With Ebola Outbreaks?

Bans won’t work and could encourage deception
Vauhini Vara
October 9, 2014

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