FY16 Budget Request Includes Mixed Bag For Global Health, Development Programs

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“U.S. President Barack Obama has asked Congress for $4 trillion in fiscal year 2016. Just over one percent of that hefty sum would go to international affairs and development programs. But buried further within that small slice are a number of new stories and signals about what the president has planned when it comes to ‘smart power’ in the waning years of his administration…” (Anders et al., 2/3).

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