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Dapo Akande was questioned by the UK Parliament's Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee on the laws governing treaty-making, alongside other experts in international law.
Ngaire Woods's essay about the nature of power and how international cooperation can provide vital restraints to leaders blinded by it.
Martin Wolf selects his best mid-year reads and includes 'Gambling on Development: Why Some Countries Win and Others Lose' by Stefan Dercon.
Shahrukh Wani observes that bad policy decisions are leading the Pakistani economy on a downward spiral.
Rafat al-Akhali, convenor of the Council on State Fragility, writes about the radical shift needed from development finance institutions, their shareholders, private sector entities and governments and civil society groups to truly scale up investments in fragile contexts.