Issues / Democracy & Governance

As in 1989, it was not the military prowess of the western alliance bringing freedom to an Eastern European country, but the power of nonviolent action by the subjugated peoples themselves.

Real Reform at the UN

Despite years of UN-bashing in Washington, the global organization remains one of the most popular institutions among U.S. voters.
President Bill Clinton's visit to NATO allies Greece and Turkey is raising new questions about the ongoing strategic relationship the United States has with these two historic rivals

Multilateral Debt

For most of the world’s poorest countries, multilateral debt looms larger than other debts because of the IFIs’ status as "preferred creditors," as providers of core development and balance-of-payment loans.
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