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6 things that guide the post-2015 agenda

Biofuel Subsidies: Bad Policies, Bad Examples for Development

Global water challenges

Disappointment in Sendai: why the fight for strong and accountable action on disaster risk reduction is now more important than ever

Accord a minima sur les réductions des catastrophes naturelles

Understanding the interests of agricultural exporting and importing countries

EU Trade Commissioner Suggests Special Court For ISDS Cases

New Book: ACTA And The Plurilateral Enforcement Agenda: Genesis And Aftermath

TPP Chief Negotiators Conclude Hawaii Meet as Washington Debate Continues

The case for EOCs post-Ebola

Six Lessons From the Ebola Epidemic

America’s AIIB Disaster: Are There Lessons to be Learned?

Joining the club: How will the United States respond to AIIB’s expanding membership?

Stolen Goods: The EU’s complicity in illegal tropical deforestation

COP 21 national contributions behind schedule, France warns

Moving In Reverse? Potential Coverage Impacts For Children Of King v. Burwell, Medicaid And CHIP Eligibility Changes

I founded CIDA, but its death worries me less than Harper’s foreign-aid agenda

Why we must invest in girls and women in humanitarian crises

WHO calls on the world to “Gear up to End TB”

Fight TB 2015 Campaign

The Movement of Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis across Borders in East Africa Needs a Regional and Global Solution

MPP Welcomes World Health Organization’s First Guide for Hepatitis B Care, Prevention and Treatment (STATEMENT)

KEI, KEI Europe, and Essential Inventions ask five companies for licenses to HCV patents

Indian generic companies should reject Gilead’s controversial hepatitis C ‘Anti-Diversion’ programme

India’s New Health Policy: A Work in Progress