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The debate over the International Monetary Fund and Ebola

By David Bosco For several weeks, a war of words has been underway about whether International Monetary Fund (IMF) policies contributed to the Ebola outbreak in parts of west Africa. The Lancet touched off the debate with this article, which … Continue reading

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Cuba’s road to the World Bank

By David Bosco Scott Morris at the Center for Global Development wonders if the rapprochement between Washington and Havana will finally usher Cuba back into the World Bank: Cuba withdrew its membership from the World Bank in 1960…establishing membership will … Continue reading

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