FHI 360 Podcast Discusses Evolving U.S. Role In Humanitarian Response With Andrew Natsios

FHI 360’s “A Deeper Look Podcast”: The evolution of the U.S. role in crisis response
In this podcast episode, Patrick Fine, chief executive officer at FHI 360, speaks with Andrew Natsios, executive professor at the Bush School of Government and Public Services and director of the Scowcroft Institute of International Affairs at Texas A&M University, about the evolving U.S. role in the global humanitarian response. Fine writes, “Professor Natsios shares some of the concerning trends he sees in the United States today and outlines how these trends impact the U.S. role abroad. We also discuss U.S. leadership in crisis response, the connection between humanitarian response and U.S. foreign policy, and the ways that the United States has evolved in its approach to crisis response” (4/4).

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