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The Road To Recovery: A Conversation With Angel Gurria

with Angel Gurria, Jessica P. Einhorn
What will the global financial crisis mean for the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development's (OECD) efforts to promote sustainable economic growth? OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurria offers his perspective on the economic downturn and his organization's strategies for blunting its impact on both developed and developing countries around the world.
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A Conversation with Fabian Picardo

with Fabian Picardo, Charles A. Kupchan
Gibraltar's Chief Minister Fabian Picardo discusses the economic and strategic significance of the British Overseas Territory as the sovereignty dispute between Spain and the United Kingdom continues.
Task Force Report

U.S. Immigration Policy

by Edward Alden with Jeb Bush, Thomas F. McLarty III
This Task Force report offers a strategy for maintaining America's political and economic leadership by attracting skilled immigrants, a program of legalization for those living in the United States illegally, and steps for securing the country's borders in an effective and humane way.
Task Force Report

Burma: Time For Change

with Mathea Falco
Burma is one of the most tightly controlled dictatorships in the world. For more than four decades, Burma’s 50 million people have been oppressed by military rulers who have systematically impoverished the country’s natural and human resources.  The country is home to a genuine democracy movement, but it is brutally suppressed by the military government. Recognizing that democracy and the National League for Democracy (led by Aung San Suu Kyi) cannot survive in Burma without the help of the United States and the international community, this report sounds a clarion call for change.
Testimony

Improving the Effectiveness of Border Enforcement

by Edward Alden
In his testimony before the House Committee on Homeland Security's Subcommittee on Border and Maritime Security, Edward Alden argues that the past two decades of border build-up is producing results and the government should now focus on improving effectiveness rather than increasing resources.
Backgrounder

Human Rights Reporting and U.S. Foreign Policy

by Robert McMahon
The U.S. State Department's annual global rating of human rights performance antagonizes friend and foe alike. Many rights activists embrace the reports while some express doubts about their influence on U.S. policy.