Pivot Points: The Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review (QDDR)
For the release of the first Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review (QDDR), CSIS has assembled a host of resources to put this new document into greater context. These resources include written commentaries and multimedia featuring CSIS scholars. There are additional related publications, events, multimedia, and scholars that can be found using the links in the upper left hand column of this page or the right of this page.
- J. Stephen Morrison and Lisa Carty of the Global Health Policy Center reflect on Secretary Clinton's launch of the QDDR.
- Dan Runde of the Project on Prosperity and Development writes about the focus on partnerships in the QDDR.
- Gerald Hyman of the Hills Program on Governance argues that new development approaches in the QDDR are important.
- Johanna Nesseth Tuttle and Kristin Wedding of the Global Food Security Project write about the implications of the QDDR for global food security.
- Robert D. Lamb of the Post-conflict Reconstruction Project writes about the QDDR and the future of diplomacy.
- Katherine E. Bliss of the Global Water Policy Project writes about the water policy implications of the QDDR.
- Sarah O. Ladislaw of the Energy and National Security Program on the climate change implications of the QDDR.