Monthly Archives: September 2010

Links for Thought 2


Links for Thought 2 Continue reading

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Why I still believe in the MDGs


With world leaders and officials meeting for yet another summit on the Millennium Development Goals, this post is extremely relevant. Continue reading

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Re-post from GPM: A forgotten organisation: The role of the UNDP in development


Here’s another short article that I wrote for the Global Politics Magazine an article on the role of the UNDP in development. Continue reading

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Links for Thought 1


While I’m writing another post, this will be the first of such post that provides links (not food) for thought. Continue reading

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Blast from the past: The inaugural INET conference


This is sort of a quasi-international development, part IPE-ish entry of a conference that happened way back in April this year. Unlike my previous entries, It’s going to be told in a more informal manner. Continue reading

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