Rob Mosbacher

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U.S. foreign policy is most successful when it projects conservative values of limited government, economic opportunity and respect for democracy and human dignity. Such values should guide the U.S. commitment to global development as world leaders, including Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, complete the fourth High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness, which began Tuesday in Busan, South Korea.

While much of the delegates’ focus is on the progress made in implementing the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness, which concerns the local ownership of and accountability for overseas development assistance, this year’s forum should look beyond the old debate on traditional aid tools and donor funding commitments.…  Seguir leyendo »