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Table of Contents
|Understanding the Developing World|
|The New Face of Development|
|How Development Leads to Democracy: What We Know about Modernization|
|The New Population Bomb: The Four Megatrends That Will Change the World|
|The Ideology of Development|
|The Case against the West: America and Europe in the Asian Century|
|Political Economy and the Developing World|
|Industrial Revolution 2.0|
|A Tiger Despite the Chains: The State of Reform in India|
|The Poor Man’s Burden|
|Cotton: The Huge Moral Issue|
|Taking the Measure of Global Aid|
|The New Colonialists|
|A Few Dollars at a Time: How to Tap Consumers for Development|
|The Politics of Hunger: How Illusion and Greed Fan the Food Crisis|
|The Micromagic of Microcredit|
|Many Borrowers of Microloans Now Find the Price Is Too High|
|Haiti: A Creditor, Not a Debtor|
|Conflict and Instability|
|Fixing a Broken World, The Economist, January 31, 2009|
|Afghanistan’s Rocky Path to Peace|
|A Nation on the Brink|
|Africa’s Forever Wars|
|The Most Dangerous Place in the World|
|Africa’s New Horror|
|Behind Iran’s Crackdown, an Economic Coup|
|Mexico’s Drug Wars Get Brutal|
|Call in the Blue Helmets, The Economist, January 6, 2007|
|Political Change in the Developing World|
|Crying for Freedom, The Economist, January 16, 2010|
|In Sri Lanka, the Triumph of Vulgar Patriotism|
|Bring Me My Machine Gun|
|Free at Last?|
|"Moderates" Redefined: How to Deal with Political Islam|
|The Islamists Are Not Coming|
|The Transformation of Hamas|
|Adios, Monroe Doctrine: When the Yanquis Go Home|
|The Return of Continuismo?|
|Perilous Times for Latin America|
|Population, Resources, Environment, and Health|
|Is a Green World a Safer World?: Not Necessarily|
|The Last Straw|
|The World’s Water Challenge|
|Water Warriors, Maude Barlow, The Nation, April 14, 2008|
|Soot from Third-World Stoves Is New Target in Climate Fight|
|Population, Human Resources, Health, and the Environment: Getting the Balance Right|
|Reversal of Fortune: Why Preventing Poverty Beats Curing It|
|Women and Development|
|The Women’s Crusade|
|Gendercide, The Economist, March 6, 2010|
|Women in Developing Countries 300 Times More Likely to Die in Childbirth|
|Educating Girls, Unlocking Development|
|Girls in War: Sex Slave, Mother, Domestic Aide, Combatant|
|Remember the Women?|
|Women in the Shadow of Climate Change|
|Recession Hits Women in Developing Countries|
|Women’s Rights as Human Rights: The Promotion of Human Rights as a Counter-Culture|
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