This briefing analyses the role of the Bank and Fund in the UN Financing for Development negotiations.
As Greece agrees a loan extension which excludes an IMF contribution, commentators condemn the impact of IMF's previous loan conditionalities on the Greek economy.
Notes from a meeting on Ebola during the World Bank spring meetings.
The IMF has approved a $17.5 billion loan arrangement for Ukraine, however, it has been criticised for relying on debt forgiveness by its creditors.
Despite heated debates about the consequences of Syriza’s win in Greece and the IMF's stance on debt reduction, the question of debt sustainability remains central to the country’s economic future.
Ghana's recent turn to the IMF raises questions about the 'Africa rising' narrative and may signal a stronger role for the Fund in the region.
IMF debt relief plan to Ebola-affected states overdue after G20, US, Guinean president, as well as CSOs, call for urgent support and debt forgiveness.
Jubilee Debt Campaign’s new report calls for “urgent measures” to “prevent a new debt crisis” highlighting the risk of the ongoing lending boom to impoverished countries as IMF discusses contractual reforms.
Notes of a meeting on sovereign debt restructuring at the World Bank-IMF annual meetings 2014
Notes of a meeting on sovereign debt restructuring after SCOTUS at the World Bank-IMF annual meetings 2014