Security by Other Means
Foreign Assistance, Global Poverty, and American Leadership
Drawing on expertise from the full range of agencies whose policies affect foreign aid, Security by Other Means examines how foreign assistance furthers economic, security, humanitarian, and political interests. A joint study by the Brookings Institution and the Center for Strategic and International Studies, this assessment of the current structures of foreign assistance will be a solid resource for policymakers and stakeholders. It will serve as a critical catalyst for an informed debate on improving the effectiveness of U.S. foreign assistance, which will ultimately contribute to the overall well-being of citizens ensnared in poverty worldwide.
Title: Security by Other Means
Author: Lael Brainard