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UC Berkeley and IDB partner to improve impact evaluation of projects

Alexandra Orsola-Vidal, Global Networks Director, Center for Effective Global Action | September 9, 2015

With over 3,743 investment projects approved during the last five years in Latin America, the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) is the largest and oldest multilateral lender in the region. In order to address pressing development challenges within the 26 borrowing member countries, the IDB has invested billions in project design, implementation, and evaluation. As a result … Continue reading »

Russia-West relationship: The Long Telegram revisited

Yuriy Gorodnichenko, associate professor of economics | April 8, 2014

The Russian invasion into Crimea sent the Russia-West relationship to the lowest point in a long time and many commentators talk about the return of the Cold War: although Russian media talked about turning America into radioactive dust, few want to have a military conflict in Europe and yet the Russian aggression has to be stopped (the UN resolution on … Continue reading »