Democracy and Development: The Evolution of U.S. Foreign Assistance Policy

Windsor, Jennifer

2003

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  • Volume 27, Issue 2. Summer/Fall Until recently, U.S. foreign assistance to developing countries was based on the belief that democratization could be deferred until development objectives had been achieved. According to the executive director of Freedom House, that belief is changing.
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