Interagency Stabilization Assistance Review Provides Framework For U.S. Government Agencies To Coordinate Responses In Conflict Zones, Fragile States

Devex: USAID, State, and DOD to release first-ever Stabilization Assistance Review
“The Trump administration is releasing the first of its kind interagency review of United States overseas involvement that creates a framework for how the State Department, U.S. Agency for International Development, and Department of Defense can coordinate efforts to streamline diplomacy, aid, and military operations around the world and maximize resources and results. The Stabilization Assistance Review, or SAR, is based on lessons from Syria and Iraq, as well as other areas of the world in which the U.S. government is engaged, and is intended to be a guide for operations in conflict zones and fragile states…” (Welsh, 4/16).

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