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April 30th, 2008
Episode 146 of 1241 episodes
Drawing on his background at the World Bank and as the first post-Taliban finance minister of Afghanistan, Ashraf Ghani (and co-author Clare Lockhart) develops a comprehensive framework for understanding the problem of state-building. Dr. Ghani became president of Afghanistan in 2014.