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Money Can’t Buy Love: USAID Assistance to Egypt
Money Can’t Buy Love: USAID Assistance to Egypt
Despite its benevolent facade, U.S. security and strategic interests are the drivers for USAID funding disbursement rather than the needs of receiving countries.
Saturday, May 3,2008 11:47
by Hanaa M. Ebeid Arab Insight

Hanaa M. Ebeid, Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies

Despite its benevolent facade, U.S. security and strategic interests are the drivers for USAID funding disbursement rather than the needs of receiving countries. Hanaa M. Ebedi unveils the hidden side of USAID policy in the case of Egypt – the Arab state that receives the most USAID funding – revealing how financial help from America always comes with a price.

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