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Global Public Goods That Matter for Development: A Path for US Leadership

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The United States has been at the forefront of providing several DR-GPGs, including peace and security via its contributions to international peacekeeping, the monitoring of international sea trade routes, its engagement in forums such as the Financial Action Task Force to stem flows of funding to terrorist organizations, and more.Yet it has not fully capitalized on its comparative advantage in research and development at home that matters especially for the world’s poor, or on its opportunities for globally transformative investments abroad in such areas as clean power and disease surveillance.
United States Leadership, Global Development, Global Public Goods, International Cooperation, USAID
Country of publication: 
United States
Publication date: 
Sunday, December 6, 2015
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