Sweden’s Secretary Of State For International Development Speaks With Devex About Multilateralism, Future Of Aid, Trump Administration

Devex: Q&A: Sweden’s aid chief on Trump, multilateralism, and the securitization of aid
“Multilateral institutions such as the United Nations offer the only route to solving global problems, according to Sweden’s international development chief. Speaking exclusively to Devex, Ulrika Modéer, Sweden’s secretary of state for international development, said that her country — the world’s third biggest donor — will continue channeling a large portion of its aid money through multilaterals. … Modéer talked to Devex about Trump, multilateralism, and the future of aid on the sidelines of the recent European Development Days summit in Brussels…” (Edwards, 6/21).

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