Why Cutting Off Aid to Central American Countries Won't Curb Migration to the U.S.
Slashing aid is counterproductive because foreign assistance can address the root causes of migration, such as violence and poverty, argues one expert.
Trump's Cuts to Foreign Aid Could Intensify the Migration Crisis. Is That What He Wants?
Over the weekend, the president announced plans to hold back funds earmarked for El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala.
Trump's Potential Cuts to USAID Could Put Cambodia's Environment on the Chopping Block
Though Southeast Asia doesn't top the president's agenda, his proposed foreign aid cuts and isolationism could have lasting negative effects on Cambodia's environment.
1,000 Days to Reach the U.N.'s Millennium Goals—and It's Not Looking Good
Most countries are giving less and less every year to a program designed to eliminate global poverty by 2015.
Review: Seeing Haiti’s Distress as People, Not Statistics
The new book "A Promise in Haiti" focuses on three families and puts meat on the bones of a nation most of the world sees as just a carcass.
Building Mosques: Realpolitik vs. the Constitution
To create goodwill, USAID proposes using American money overseas for religious structures. But will that upset our foundation of church-state separation?