MFAN Graphic Illustrates Types Of U.S. Foreign Assistance

MFAN: Types of Foreign Assistance and American Interests
This piece provides a pie chart illustrating U.S. foreign assistance and notes, “At around 1% of the federal budget, all types of U.S. foreign assistance advance American interests and national security. While some foreign aid is designed for immediate strategic considerations, U.S. development and humanitarian aid should be free from transactional use” (1/21).

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