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Links for thought 11


Haven’t done this series in a while so here we go: 1) Jin Liqun: From the lines of Lord Byron to AIIB’s corridors of power A Devex article on Jin Liqun,the first leader of the recently created, non-Western dominated, non-neoliberal … Continue reading

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Toto and International Development


This is a non-academic and non-theory based article, written more about my music interests but still relating to one of the topics here, namely that of International Development. Continue reading

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Goodbye Mark Lazarowicz, hello Tony Cunningham


And so the wait is over. Ed Miliband released his full Opposition Frontbench team. Mark Lazarowicz, the Scottish MP who was the Shadow Minister of State for International Development is out of the team. He is replaced by a certain … Continue reading

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Links for Thought 6


Finally, after a while, another set of links for thought. This time: 10 links. Continue reading

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Africa after 50: An ODI-WB Event


Last week, I went down to London to attend an ODI and World Bank conference titled Africa after 50: building on recent development progress.
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