Divisions over a candidate for a multilateral post show that obstacles to cooperation still remain, even with more ideological alignment.
The change of leadership at the Inter-American Development Bank should not delay implementation of a sorely needed reform agenda.
*Watch an AQ Q&A interview with Judith Morrison. Despite growing recognition that racial and ethnic groups across the Americas are disproportionately poor, government interventions that address their needs have been inadequate. Yet if the region’s current economic growth is going to be sustained, it will require policy tools that address the exclusion of these groups … Read more