Anne C. Richard

Anne C. Richard served as Assistant Secretary of State for Population, Refugees and Migration (2012-17). She is a visiting fellow at the University of Pennsylvania’s Perry World House and an adjunct professor at Georgetown University.

In Memoriam: Babatunde Osotimehin

The world has lost a champion for women’s health globally with the death of the UNFPA director and former Nigerian Health Minister.

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America’s Responsibility to Iraqi Refugees

Is the United States doing enough to provide sanctuary for those fleeing persecution and violence in Iraq?

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Visiting the Women of Afghanistan

Has the welfare of women in Afghanistan improved substantially in the five years since the fall of the Taliban?

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Who Will Lead Liberia?

How can Liberia overcome its past to move toward stability and democracy?

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Got a Problem? — Create a New Agency!

Why does the U.S. government continue to create new agencies instead of improving existing ones?

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2003 — Tough Year for Women Leaders

Why are women leaders in today’s world disparaged, degraded and threatened instead of encouraged and cherished?

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Not Fast Enough on AIDS

How long will Africans have to wait for the U.S. Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief?

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Rating America's Africa Agenda

Does the Bush Administration pass or fail its course on African politics?

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Foreign Aid President?

How much will the U.S. promises of more development aid really matter?

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Gingrich Vs. Powell?

Who will prove most destructive to U.S. foreign policy, Newt Gingrich or Colin Powell?

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