Foreign Affairs LIVE: Development: The Post-Doha Agenda

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Nancy Birdsall and Susan Schwab discuss the implications of trade policy on international development.

The Foreign Affairs LIVE series brings together authors, CFR members, and friends of the magazine for timely, in-depth discussions on significant global issues.

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