Experts Discuss U.S. Military’s Role In Humanitarian Crises, Stabilizing Nations At Center For American Progress Panel

Devex: The U.S. military could take a stronger role in stabilizing African nations. Does it want to?
“Proposed cuts to foreign aid in the United States budget have some experts wondering whether the military will play a greater role in responding to humanitarian crises on the African continent. The military, however, has neither the expertise nor the desire to take on a greater role in the stabilization of countries that happens after crises, development experts said during a panel at the Center for American Progress on July 13…” (Jerving, 7/19).

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