Afghanistan’s history is blighted by the actions of foreigners. The near-neighbours have plenty on their consciences; others further afield do too, including the British a century ago, the Russians in the 1980s, and the US-led NATO coalition over the last 20 years. So who wants what now?
CGD Policy Blogs
We are thrilled to announce that Mark Lowcock will join CGD as distinguished non-resident fellow, effective tomorrow, June 20, 2021. He will contribute his wide-ranging expertise and wisdom to many facets of CGD’s work, but his initial focus on our Sustainable Development Finance and Migration, Displacement and Humanitarian Policy programs. We are very much looking forward to publishing his book [on accountability in the global humanitarian system, expected in Spring 2022].
Expanding Vaccine Access and Humanitarian Financing Should Be Urgent Objectives for the World Bank and IMF
Shortly before the Spring Meetings of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, we set out how they could be a turning point in addressing the consequences of the pandemic.