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I think it is meant for that but due to the bad policies of the receiving governments that hinders their development.
like bismark says, foreign aid can have all the best intentions, but if you are sending it to the wrong places or it is not getting to those who need it, then aid becomes more a political tool for receiving support at home.
In an ideal case, foreign aid would attempt to put a nation (or region, or whatever) in a position in which they can 'develop' for themselves.
In truth, for many cases, foreign aid is the equivolent of helping someone get by paycheck-to-paycheck. All while our environmental and regulatory regimes discriminate the person enough to keep them from achieving too much success too quickly. If that makes sense...
Foreign aid is a product and luxury of developed nations, it makes a good soundbite. Its ironic that the same places that foreign aid goes to, are the same places that we refuse to fully open our economic borders to because of things like their use of coal and weak energy policies.
My Dear Sweet Friends,
All monetary aid unto other nations is a waste of time. All nations wouldest be better served if we kept our foreign aid, closed our borders, and made all things free unto all herein. Then shall other nations receive developmental assistance from us with full success.
by mikielikie7 years ago
Why does the American gov send aid to other country and ...neglect the homeless and crime and drugs here at home?
by Holle Abee6 years ago
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by AdsenseStrategies8 years ago
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by mbuggieh4 years ago
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by Credence26 months ago
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by mio cid5 years ago
After the election debacle some GOP politicians are positioning themselves as the new leaders of the party.Among them Chris Christie,Bobby Jindal,Jeb Bush,Mitch Daniels are willing to take on the tea partiers and the...
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