Making the Most of Scarcity: Accountability for Better Water Management in the Middle East and North Africa
This book from the World Bank explores the avenues for improving water management in the MENA region.
These principles from the OECD outline how states can hope to engage in fragile situations in ways that are both effective and positive.
This TED talk discusses the reasons Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala gives for investing in Africa.
This paper from the London School of Economics examines the dynamics of the urban informal sector in sub-Saharan Africa over recent decades as well as theoretical conceptualizations there in.
The European Union in Africa: The Linkage Between Security, Governance and Development from an Institutional Perspective
This paper from IDS shows the links between institutional bureaucracies and their impacts on development, especially in the case of Africa.
This report from COHRE focuses on land confiscation by Government forces, responsible for Burma’s most acute Housing, Land and Property (HLP) rights abuses, as well as suggestions for resolution.
This paper from Chatham House aims to find out what constitutes good governance of the petroleum sector from a national perspective.
This paper from Chatham House explores the degree to which the underlying causes of the recent civil war have been tackled.
This paper from Chatham House investigates links between growing Indian commerce and potential for peace building in South Asia.
In this paper the current state of entrepreneurship in Syria is discussed, as well as the need and potential for growth in this area for the future.