Four panels of experts will discuss short- and long-term policy options for confronting challenges in the region
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Ali (in plaid shirt) at Sanford in 2014 (Facebook)
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New study from DCID and the Duke Center for Policy Impact in Global Health (DCPIGH) estimates the gaps between abilities and efforts as countries work to raise their own financial resources after graduating from foreign aid.
DCID Associate Director Sarah Bermeo says that to decrease violence, increase economic growth, and stop forced migration, the U.S. should adopt a three-track policy response.