"All together now: Take the free-market plunge" argues that the U.S. and other developed countries should eliminate export subsidies and significantly open their agricultural markets.
Professors Jack Goldstone, Robert Bates, and Colin Kahl presented the Political Instability Task Force's latest findings
Geoffrey Dabelko gave three speeches in four days on environmental change and international security.
ECSP Director Geoffrey Dabelko and University of Maryland professor Ken Conca are up for a $200,000 prize for Ideas Improving World Order.
Jared Diamond, professor of Geography and Physiology at UCLA and Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Guns, Germs, and Steel: the Fates of Human Societies, spoke recently at the Wilson Center on "Environment, Population, and Health: Development Strategies for a More Secure World." Video of the event is available here.
Colin H. Kahl reviews the World Bank's new study of the consequences, causes, and solutions of civil war.
Timothy Hildebrandt was published in the January 1, 2004 issue of the South China Morning Post
January's letter from U.S. Trade Representative Robert Zoellick to World Trade Organization trade ministers proposes that the U.S. eliminate export subsidies for agriculture. William Krist, author of a new report--Making Doha a Developmental Round--says that this important step is just what the doctor ordered for developing countries and the United States.