Brookings Releases Commissioned Report Of 8 Briefs On U.S. Global Development In Preparation For 2020 Election Discussions

Brookings Institution: 2020 and beyond: Maintaining the bipartisan narrative on U.S. global development
“Over the past 15 years, a strong bipartisan consensus — especially in the U.S. Congress — has emerged to advance and support U.S. leadership on global development as a key pillar of U.S. foreign policy. 2020 presidential and congressional candidates are taking the field and looking for themes that will galvanize their campaigns in 2019. … The 16th Brookings Blum Roundtable will consider what narrative and practical proposals will not only maintain current levels of U.S. development leadership and investments, which have remained static in recent years, but respond appropriately to rising global challenges. Ahead of the roundtable, Brookings commissioned eight briefs to set the scene for discussion… 1. What does 2020 mean for foreign aid? … 2. A call for a transformative agenda for women for 2020 and beyond … 3. The global education challenge … 4. Generation Unlimited … 5. The climate crisis, migration, and refugees … 6. Implementing a fragility strategy … 7. International development cooperation in the age of U.S.-China strategic rivalry … 8. An open letter to the candidates…” (7/25).

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