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  1. Adaptive bureaucracies: an oxymoron? Four ways bureaucracies can break the mould

  2. People-centred justice – re-setting financial priorities in OECD and low-income countries

  3. LearnAdapt: a synthesis of our work on adaptive programming with DFID/FCDO (2017–2020)

  4. Adaptive bureaucracies? Enabling adaptation in public bureaucracies

  5. Public finance and service delivery: what's new, what's missing, what's next?

  6. Financial performance and corporate governance: evidence from national development banks in Africa

  7. Change of guard in the US: the good, the bad – and the hopeful

  8. The ingredients of successful adaptive programming in Tanzania: a QCA analysis

  9. The new US fragility strategy can be transformational – but requires careful implementation

  10. International aid prioritises the pandemic over peace. But at what cost?

  11. Six ways to strengthen evidence to protect children on the move

  12. The conversation on Covid-19 and peace-building in the Middle East and North Africa must change

  13. Beyond American exceptionalism: a global agenda for the Biden-Harris administration

  14. Beyond the Union: a new platform for European cooperation

  15. Three myths about armed groups and the smuggling economy

  16. How President-elect Biden can show leadership in global human rights

  17. Interview: interrogating the power relationships that shape data for sustainable development

  18. A post Covid-19 human rights agenda

  19. Supporting democracy is about more than 'open societies'. Democracy also needs to deliver

  20. To promote open societies globally, the FCDO must be more realistic, politically savvy and self-aware