89 Foreign Aff. [i] (2010)

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AFFAIRS
JANUARY/ FEBRUARY 2010
VOLUME 89, NUMBER 1
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A Few Dollars at a Time Philippe Douste-Blazy andDanielAltman                 2
This year, consumers purchasing airline tickets will have a chance to at the same
time contribute to the global fight against HIWAIDS, malaria, and tuberculosis.
This initiative is part of a new movement called innovative financing, which seeks
to share a tiny fraction of globalization's enormous economic gains with sick
people in poor countries.
Against the Grain
Carlisle Ford Runge and Carlisle Piehl Runge                             8
A few decades ago, fears that the world's population might outpace food production
prompted a revolution in agriculture. An aggressive push for technological
innovation increased crop yields dramatically-so much so that overconfidence and
complacency soon took over. Now, global food stocks are too low, and global food
prices are too high. The specter of Malthus is stalking the world's poor once again.
Essays
From   Hope to Audacity Zbigniew Brzezinski                                  16
In his first year in office, President Barack Obama has reconceptualized U.S.
foreign policy and demonstrated a genuine sense of strategic direction. But so
far, Obama's foreign policy has generated more expectations than strategic
breakthroughs. Three urgent issues-the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Iran's
nuclear ambitions, and the Afghan-Pakistani challenge-are posing an
immediate test of his ability to significantly change U.S. policy.

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