How aid dependance can hurt the rule of law
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Does the current rhetoric surrounding President Barack Obama 's visit to Cambodia underscore the importance of the rule of law? It certainly does, but it also seems to discount the relationship betwewen judicial integrity and aid dependence. The reports about Obama's visit highlight rule of law predominately within the context of democracy and human rights. Yet it seems to gloss over the importance of starting a dialogue about foreign aid and its effect on the rule of law. In its essence, foreign aid disrupts the link between the people and their government.
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