Council on Foreign Relations

FT: My Vision for the World Bank

Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala puts forward three major challenges--creating jobs, investing in the human capital of the poor, and building institutions--that she expects to pursue if chosen to lead the World Bank.


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Wednesday, 04-15-15Inside Nigeria: Post-Election AnalysisExperts discuss the post-election outlook for the state of Nigeria.
Wednesday, 04-15-15A Conversation With Ngozi Okonjo-IwealaNgozi Okonjo-Iweala discusses the state of the Nigerian economy in the context of recent developments.
Wednesday, 04-15-15Understanding Nigeria's 2015 Presidential ElectionExperts discuss the post-election outlook for the state of Nigeria.
Wednesday, 04-15-15Assessing Nigeria's EconomyNgozi Okonjo-Iweala discusses the state of the Nigerian economy in the context of recent developments.
Thursday, 03-26-15Nigeria's High Stakes ElectionsAfrica’s most populous country is holding tight elections amid a fierce insurgency and plummeting oil revenues. There are concerns that the vote could trigger a new round of instability, writes CFR’s John Campbell.
Thursday, 03-19-15The Unfinished Health Agenda in Sub-Saharan AfricaIn his testimony before the Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on Africa and Global Health Policy, Thomas J. Bollyky argues that continued U.S. and private sector leadership on the unfinished health agenda in Africa is as important now as it has been in the past and for the same reasons: a peaceful, inclusive economy presupposes healthier, more productive lives.
Thursday, 03-05-15Political Instability in ZimbabweThe United States should position itself to take advantage of a post-Mugabe transition by working with other countries of the southern African region to limit the risk of civil violence in Zimbabwe and to lay the groundwork for a better future.
Thursday, 02-26-15Security and Democratic Governance in NigeriaJohn Campbell, CFR’s Ralph Bunche senior fellow for Africa policy studies, discusses the political and security implications of Nigeria’s Independent National Elections Commission’s decision to postpone the February 14, 2015 presidential elections until March 28, 2015, as part of CFR's Academic Conference Call series.
Thursday, 02-26-15Apartheid's Long ShadowApartheid’s legacy of mistrust and prejudice has prevented South Africa from establishing a truly stable multiracial democracy. But increasing contact among the races and the emergence of a black middle class offer hope of reducing the role of race in national politics.
Monday, 02-23-15Power to the PoorInternational donors have many compelling causes to choose from, but reducing energy poverty—a plight afflicting over two billion people—should rank among the very top. The poor need energy to alleviating all their other problems, from poor health to unemployment to instability.

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