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No Country Left Behind

Colin L. Powell
Foreign Policy
No. 146 (Jan. - Feb., 2005), pp. 28-35
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/30048167
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Abstract

Development is not a "soft" policy goal, but a core national security issue, says Colin Powell, as he draws the main lessons of his four years as U.S. secretary of state. However, contrary to what critics say, the best way to lift millions out of povery is not to increase levels of foreign aid. Instead, the United States must engage in tough love and demand that corrupt, autocratic regimes change their ways.

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