The Role of Foreign Aid in the War on Terrorism: Examples from Pakistan
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The United States and its partners in the war on terrorism have respond ed to the terrorist attacks with a three-pronged strategy - short run military, medium term aid to vulnerable countries and groups, and longer term assistance programs that directly focus on !he sources of terrorist motivation. Using Pakistan as a case study, it appears that the best way to imple· ment the medium and longer term phases are assistance for education reform in the medium term, with the focus on institutional reform, and governance strengthening in the longer term. In most cases, grants are superior to aid in assuring effective and efficient implementation of the country's assistance related programs.
Political Crossroads 10/11, 2003/04, pp. 5-18.Refereed Journal Article
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