The Future of U.S. Foreign Aid: Comparisons and Recommendations
Carandang, John Carlo
Santoso, Leonard Alden
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Foreign assistance constitutes a key instrument in the United States’ foreign policy, and how the U.S. government provides aid significantly impacts both other donor and recipient countries. The donor countries of primary focus in this report are the U.K., Norway, China, and the U.S., and the recipient countries are Afghanistan, Egypt, Indonesia, and Ethiopia. This report discusses the current state of U.S. foreign aid, its impact on recipient countries, and how effective it is overall in comparison to other donor nations.
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