The shifting role of self-interest in aid policy

The story of how Canada’s food aid became untied five years ago this month has lessons for creators of the new diplomacy, aid, and trade shop.

Canadian Foodgrains Bank Photo
Two women carry a bag of locally purchased food in Kenya.
Stuart Clark
Published: Wednesday, 04/17/2013 12:00 am EDT


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