In a recent Washington Post article, economist William Easterly lays out a crucial critique of using the specter of terrorism as a means to argue for the importance of US foreign aid. On this blog, we
In 2015, the Aam Admi Party (AAP), the ruling political power in New Delhi, launched its flagship health initiative of ‘Mohalla Clinics’. To date, 110 Mohalla clinics are functional across New Delhi and have served more than 2 million
Archival research typically evokes the unexciting image of a solitary historian in large glasses, looking for obscure details of a bygone era within dusty book volumes. Yet,
The cover image shows a visibly disconcerted German Chancellor Angela Merkel reacting to an unmindful remark made by the U.S President Donald Trump .....
The term “post-truth” has recently been difficult to avoid in Anglophone media outlets. In the US, mostly liberal political commentators are currently calling
Science matters. In a moment in which facts can apparently have factual and alternative flavours...
The 48th Session of the United Nations Statistical Commission began yesterday in New York City to discuss how to measure progress toward the Sustainable Development Goals
Janelle Winters describes her visit to the UNDP Archives, and explains how archival documents helped her understand the World Bank's quest to develop
Surrounded by a group of men on his first day in the Oval office, U.S. President Donald Trump signed
A visit to the Archives at the World Bank in Washington, DC
A visit to the FAO Archives in Rome, Italy