Beyond Short-Term Thinking: How to Spend Billions Well in Pakistan, for Them and for Us
This essay draws on the work of the Center for Global Developmentâ€™s Study Group on U.S. Development Strategy in Pakistan and on the ideas in the groupâ€™s open letters to Ambassador Richard Holbrooke to present five recommendations for spending aid money well in Pakistan. [CGD Essay].
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