John Norris argues why the world urgently needs a new aid architecture to grapple with a massive, global refugee crisis.
Issue Brief The international community is making a major push in 2016 to bring reforms to a global humanitarian system stretched close to the breaking point.
In an excerpt from his book, John Norris writes about journalist Mary McGrory.
Report This report explores the numbers behind the global refugee and internally displaced people crisis and offers practical solutions moving forward, from more effective diplomacy to improved plans for refugee resettlement.
On the cusp of his trip to Africa, how does President Obama’s record on the continent stand up?
View the full dataset here (.xls) John Norris is the Executive Director of the Sustainable Security and Peacebuilding Initiative at the Center for American Progress. Casey Dunning is a senior policy analyst for the Rethinking US Development Policy initiative at the Center for Global Development, or CGD. Annie Malknecht is a Research Associate with the Sustainable Security […]
Report The risk that impoverished populations in fragile and conflict-affected states will be left behind by the United Nations' ambitious development agenda is increasing as member states negotiate the post-2015 development agenda, also known as the Sustainable Development Goals.
For 60 years, colonialists, engineers, and dictators have tried to tame Africa’s greatest waterway. Welcome to the Congo River, where dreams go to die.
John Norris explores the lack of foreign policy achievements by the 113th Congress.
John Norris writes on the history of the U.S. Agency for International Development and how it has influenced American foreign policy.
Report One of the most innovative elements of the emerging post-2015 global development agenda is a focus on universality. What would that mean in the United States?
John Norris writes about Mary McGrory and the lost art of the Washington prima donna.
John Norries, a former aid worker, remembers the silence, pain, and foreboding of Rwanda—just after the 1994 genocide.
John Norris explores whether conditional cash transfers are really the silver bullet to raising countries out of poverty.
We need targeted efforts to assist child brides if we hope to break the vicious cycle that treats our daughters as a disposable commodity.