“Still, a central paradox plagues the MDGs. The Millennium Declaration was meant to be a compact between the world’s rich and poor countries. Poor countries promised to refocus their development efforts while rich countries pledged to support them with finance, technology, and access to their markets. But, oddly, of the eight goals, only the last one deals with “global partnership,” or what rich countries can and should do.”
New blog by Dani Rodrik, Professor of International Political Economy at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government: ‘After the Millennium Development Goals’.