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Agriculture and Technology: Improving Farming, Food Security, and Funding

with Andras Forgacs, Robert Leclerc, Mark Rosegrant, Carol C. Adelman
Andras Forgacs of Modern Meadow, Robert Leclerc of AgFunder, and Mark Rosegrant of the International Food Policy Research Institute join Carol C. Adelman, senior fellow and director of the Center for Global Prosperity at the Hudson Institute, to discuss emerging technologies in the agriculture sector.
Other Report

The Global Green Growth Institute: On a Mission to Prove Green Growth

by Jill Kosch O'Donnell
Based on the premise that economic development and environmental protection can be complementary goals, the Global Green Growth Initiative provides technical and policy advice to developing countries. The program faces many challenges, but if successful, it may revolutionize the field of development.
Online Debate

The Effectiveness of Foreign Aid

by Steven Radelet, William Easterly with Steven Radelet, William Easterly
Two economists, Steven Radelet of the Center for Global Development and William Easterly of New York University, debate the effectiveness of foreign aid.
Council Special Report

Partners in Preventive Action

by Paul B. Stares, Micah Zenko
In this globalized world, countries will need to cooperate on policies that extend across borders to address issues that affect them all, including conflict prevention and peacemaking. The authors of this report assess the strengths and weaknesses of international institutions and provide a set of practical recommendations for how the United States can strengthen the global architecture for preventive action by partnering with those organizations.
Task Force Report

More Than Humanitarianism

by Princeton N. Lyman, J. Stephen Morrison with Anthony Lake, Christine Todd Whitman
This CFR-sponsored Independent Task Force finds that Africa is of growing strategic importance to the United States in addition to being an important humanitarian concern, and finds that critical humanitarian interests would be better served by a more comprehensive U.S. approach toward Africa.
Task Force Report

Threats to Democracy

by Morton H. Halperin, Elizabeth Frawley Bagley with Madeleine K. Albright, Bronislaw Geremek
Democratic governments, international organizations, and nongovernmental organizations have responded poorly and often at cross purposes when democracies are threatened by coups or erosions of the democratic process, concludes an independent Task Force led by two of the world's leading pro-democracy advocates, former Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright and former Foreign Minister of Poland Bronislaw Geremek. Yet support for democracy is consistent not only with the ideals of the world's democracies but also with their interests and security. Democratic states are "less likely to breed terrorists or to be state sponsors of terrorism," the report concludes, and more likely to be "active participants in the global economy."
Council Special Report

Addressing the HIV/AIDS Pandemic

by Princeton N. Lyman
The Bush administration's $15 billion AIDS initiative has received much attention for its boldness and size. But, according to this indispensable Council Special Report, it will not succeed unless it is folded into a broader and longer-term commitment to developing basic health systems in affected countries. To successfully battle AIDS--one of the most pressing threats known to mankind--the effort must also go beyond health to address social and economic factors that drive the spread of the disease.