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Thursday, July 20, 2006 

Development Policy…. And Transformational Diplomacy

It has been interesting to notice over the last couple of weeks of new developments touching the world of Foreign Aid (U.S. Style) vis-à-vis the adoption of a development policy framework that encompasses, distinctive approaches linked to diplomacy and defense.

Along those arguments, a joint project lead by the Brookings Institution and the Center for Strategic and International Studies brings about these transformational directions by stressing the relationships between global poverty, pandemics and transnational threats.

Thus, aiming toward these routes is supposedly framing the constructions of informed policy based practices to arm policy-makers with sound evidence about the effectiveness, and futures of the U.S. Foreign Assistance Framework…….

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