Is Aid Dead? A Discussion with Dambisa Moyo on Foreign Aid and Development
In her recently released book, Dead Aid: Why Aid is Not Working and How There is a Better Way for Africa, Moyo offers a fresh critique of international development aid from an African perspective. Moyo's arguments for a new approach to African development are informed by her unique combination of Western education, professional experience at the World Bank and Goldman Sachs, and Zambian heritage.
The global fight against HIV and AIDS cannot be won without success in South Africa, but while President Zuma's government has made progress, it has to do more to prevent future infections and provide better treatment, says CFR's Peter Navario.
Princeton N. Lyman provides the House Committee on Foreign Affairs' Subcommittee on Africa with an update on U.S. policy toward the continent, and explains why the United States may experience diminishing leverage with these countries.
In "Domestic Factors and China's Health Aid Programs in Africa," a chapter in the Center for Strategic and International Studies report, China's Emerging Global Health and Foreign Aid Engagement in Africa, Yanzhong Huang examines the policy dynamics behind China's health aid.