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Music Review: DJ Shadow – Reconstructed: The Best of DJ Shadow

Reconstruction: The Best of DJ Shadow celebrates one of the most unique artists in the field of instrumental hip-hop today. Read More »

Book Review: Better, Stronger, Faster: The Myth of American Decline and the Rise of a New Economy by Dan Gross

Better, Stronger, Fasterz is a new way of viewing the impact of new technologies on the U.S. and global economy. Read More »

Post-Conflict Ivory Coast: An Interview with Annie Bodmer-Roy of Save the Children

Annie Bodmer-Roy of Save the Children talks about the post-conflict reconstruction in the Ivory Coast. Read More »

Ivory Coast: Hunger Relief Plan for War Victims Low on Funding

A long and difficult reconstruction awaits. Food and medical needs are still great. Read More »

General Marshall and the American Tradition of Help

We can act for our own good by acting for the good of the world. Read More »

Benin Floods: What You See Here is Suffering

Yêhouéssi lost everything he owned in the flooding. His home is gone. His fields are gone. Read More »

Food and Hope for Street Children in Afghanistan

One thing there should be no debate on is the importance of food for education for Afghan children. Read More »

CRS Continues School Meals for Peace Tradition in Sudan

Sudan is also at a pivotal crossroads in terms of peace and reconstruction Read More »

Dangerous Downwards Spiral of Hunger in Flood-Ravaged Pakistan

The Pakistan emergency sounds the loudest call to date for President Obama to appoint a food ambassador Read More »

Food with Education is the Key to Afghanistan’s Future

No reconstruction effort for Afghanistan will be sound unless all children attend school and receive meals with take-home rations. Read More »