Brookings Fellow Examines U.S. Public’s Understanding Of Foreign Aid In New Article

Brookings Institution’s “FixGov”: Americans Overestimate Foreign Aid? Not So Fast
Vanessa Williamson, Brookings fellow in governance studies, discusses her new article published in American Politics Research, in which she examines “what Americans actually mean when they talk about foreign aid,” and how leaders’ use of “the language of humanitarianism to describe military endeavors” could influence public understanding of foreign aid (3/19).

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