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the United States is changing its approach to development and will use diplomacy, trade, investment and other policies to help poorer countries instead of just giving them money.
The new strategy, which administration officials said was the product of a nearly yearlong effort, also includes anti-corruption measures and calls for accountability from the U.S. and the countries it partners with.
"We have learned to be skeptical of big announcements at summits," Seery said in a statement. "What really counts is where the money is coming from, which means leaders going home and putting th
also includes anti-corruption measures and calls for accountability from the U.S. and the countries it partners with.
Originally posted by hippomchippo
Diplomacy and trade are what these poverty stricken countries need, instead of simple dollars that are eaten up by corruption.