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Most news headlines from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) have one thing in common—their focus on conflict, particularly in the eastern part of the country. True, conflict is not new in the DRC, which has seen outbreaks in one form or...
French
Despite ceasefire agreements between the Sudanese government and two rebel groups in that country’s western Darfur region, fighting again erupted in November, posing a serious challenge to African and international efforts to find a peaceful...
French
As fighting in Sudan’s western region of Darfur escalates once again, the world’s biggest humanitarian catastrophe is poised to become an even worse disaster. Aerial bombardments by the government and ground fighting with rebel forces are displacing...
French
When people discuss hybrids they are usually talking about the improved seeds favoured by farmers or about cars that combine petrol engines with large batteries for better fuel economy. But in the war-ravaged Darfur region of western Sudan, the UN...
French
November 2013 marks the third anniversary of the United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI), an innovative programme that implores higher education to take its role as a global citizen, among many other principles. UNAI must have started with what some...
French
David Nabarro is the new special adviser to United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on sustainable development goals (SDGs), a plan of action for ending poverty adopted by UN member states in September 2015 to replace the Millennium Development...
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This paper critically assesses the standard IMF analytical framework for debt sustainability in emerging markets. It focuses on complementarities and trade-offs between fiscal and external sustainability, and interactions and feedbacks among policy...
The external debt of Chile originated in various economic and social sectors and its territorial distribution was highly concentrated. The conversion of that external debt has involved a sectoral and regional reassignment of resources which has been...
Spanish
In another major stride in Liberia’s postwar rehabilitation, the country eliminated some $1.2 bn in foreign debt in April. President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf hailed the development: “The successful resolution of this inherited debt, which had ballooned...
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The intention of this article is to provide certain guidelines and experiences in an area that has been characterized by a good deal of complexity and confusion. Numerous business publications have presented the ease in favour of debt/equity...
Spanish
The growth of voluntary initiatives to promote socially responsible business practices has been accompanied by a chorus of criticisms, including claim that much of the activity has been public relations and attempt to deter governments from...
ECLAC has slaked its all on the idée-force of changing production patterns with equity and sustainability. It has done well to take this decision, and it would be desirable for all the “players” (at least those in the institution itself) to unite...
Spanish
The 1980s have been a time of important change in Latin America. The international crisis, on one level, and progress towards democracy, on another, are two of the phenomena having far-reaching effects on the region which are simultaneously imposing...
Spanish
Concerted action by political, social and private actors at the local level can be very useful for promoting economic competitiveness, but in order for it to become a reality it would be essential for the local communities to have greater autonomy...
Spanish
Global population growth has been slowing down over the past few decades primarily because of the almost universal reduction in fertility. From 1970 to 1975, the number of countries with below-replacement fertility was 19, increasing to 65 by the...
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