by Mark Wentling
Tag: Economics & Development
Back Wave: Saudi Arabia, Iran, and the Forty-Year Rivalry That Unraveled Culture, Religion, and Collective Memory in the Middle East
By Kim Ghattas
Review by Albadr AbuBaker Alshateri, Phd.
by Christopher Datta
by Mikael Barfod
by Robert Cox
by Brenda Brown Schoonover
by Mark Wentling In April 1991, while I was serving in Lomé, Togo as the USAID Representative for Togo and Benin, protests in Lomé against the dictatorial regime of President Eyadéma reached the boiling point. One night, President Eyadéma’s barbaric … Continued
by Douglas Smith
Reviewed by Renee M. Earle
by Olga Krasnyak
by Peter Sufrin
by David Cowhig Chinese physician Dr. Wang Shuping predicted the HIV epidemic among Henan peasant blood sellers and eventually raised the alarm all the way to Beijing when local and provincial authorities ignored the rapid spread of HIV among the … Continued
by Dick Virden
The East India Company, Corporate Violence, and the Pillage of an Empire
reviewed by Jon P. Dorschner
by Eric V. Guichard
by Gerald Kamens One morning in March 1959, a top secret policy paper appeared on my boss’s desk at Dwight Eisenhower’s Bureau of the Budget—later reborn as the Office of Management and Budget. Its subject: How to counter the Soviet … Continued
by John Coyne
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A Frontline Snapshot of USAID History
by Eric Chetwynd, Jr.