Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Links of Interest (10/07/08)

Zoellick argues for Modernizing Multilateralism and Markets and says the G-7 is not working. He calls for a new Steering Group including Brazil, Russia, India, China, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, and the current G-7.

Why Nepal has to be at the heart of South Asian climate discussion initiatives: Regional initiatives, global strategies

Paul Collier on cracking down on Africa’s loot-seeking elites

Paul Romer’s take on the financial crisis: Fundamentalists versus Realists

Stiglitz, Hubbard, and Scholes throw The Dismal Questions at Obama and McCain ahead of the presidential debate!

Taking another look at land reform in Nepal

Perry gives the Good News From Africa (about improvement in governance indicators as shown by the Ibrahim Index)

The Ibrahim Index explained

List of formally educated African leaders

Geographic ignorance: ‘Nepal is Tibet’:The saga of gaffes continues

Pachauri on fighting climate change for the sake of the poor

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