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April 27, 2011

Maternal and Child Health
Family Planning and Reproductive Health

Overview Millions of women in developing countries still have more children than they want, and with every pregnancy, a woman faces the risk of death. Continued high fertility is also linked to gl…

November 16, 2015

Global
The United Nations and Global Human Rights

Prince Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein shares his reflections on the status of human rights across the world.

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October 27, 2014

Global
Big Data, Big Potential

Kalev Leetaru, 2013-2014 Yahoo! fellow in residence at Georgetown University, joins media executive Vivian Schiller to discuss big data and its uses in policymaking, education, and beyond.

October 27, 2014

Global
Big Data, Big Potential

Kalev Leetaru, 2013–2014 Yahoo! fellow in residence at Georgetown University, joins Media Executive Vivian Schiller to discuss big data and its uses in policymaking, education, and beyond.

December 11, 2013

United States
Is a Manufacturing Revolution on the Horizon?

The rise of 3D printing has raised hopes of rejuvenating the long-beleaguered U.S. manufacturing sector.

December 11, 2013

United States
Is a Manufacturing Revolution on the Horizon?

The rise of 3D printing has raised hopes of rejuvenating the long-beleaguered U.S. manufacturing sector.

April 27, 2011

Maternal and Child Health
CFR Report Argues U.S. Prioritization of Family Planning Can Significantly Reduce Maternal and Child Deaths and Abortions in Developing World

“Women today are recognized as critical to reducing poverty, boosting economic growth and agricultural productivity, promoting environmental sustainability, and raising healthy and well-educated c…