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Faculty members and alumni recently participated in a two-day workshop on tax incentives and base protection held by the United Nations’ Financing for Development Office.


DCID announces plan to collaborate with DukeNIA (Duke Network for International Affairs) to expand outreach and support for Duke alumni working in international affairs around the world.


The organizations that have traditionally dominated international development have promoted a secular vision, focusing on people’s material rather than spiritual needs. Some practitioners argue, however, that you cannot fight poverty without paying attention to both and that partnering with FBOs...


Dr. Yanping Li, who has been a visiting scholar at DCID since July 2014, shared key differences between the U.S. and China during her final presentation.