U.S. Foreign Economic and Military Aid.pdf

U.S. Foreign Economic and Military Aid PDF

Simon Payaslian

This book explains the extent to which economic, geopolitical, and human rights considerations influenced U.S. foreign aid during the Reagan and Bush administrations. It is the first study to include domestic determinants of foreign aid in its model. It is also the first study to employ longitudinal, pooled cross-section item-series analyses.

U.S. Foreign Aid: Serving American Interests Foreign Aid Supports our Humanitarian Values Through our foreign aid program, the U.S. has led the world in supporting programs to reduce the spread of HIV/AIDS and other diseases. U.S. aid fights poverty and promotes economic and social development through programs that provide disaster relief, food aid and clean water

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U.S. Foreign Economic and Military Aid.pdf


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