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1) Why Foreign Aid?; 2) Foreign Aid and Foreign and Security Policy; 3) The Impact of Colonialism on International Assistance; 4) Manifest Destiny and American Antecedents; 5) The World Wars and the Origins of Contemporary U.S. Foreign Aid; 6) Point Four, USAID and the Cold War; 7) Vietnam: The Legacy of a Tragedy; 8) Basic Needs, Structural Adjustment and the End of the Cold War; 9) Crossing the Millennium: September Eleven and the Iraq Fiasco; 10) Foreign Aid Debates in the Twenty-First Century.
Louis Picard is Professor in the Division of International Development, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, University of Pittsburgh. Terry Buss is distinguished professor of public policy at the Heinz College of Public Policy and Management at Carnegie Mellon University, Adelaide, Australia.
"The authors could not be more correct [that implementing aid is a management problem]. Foreign aid implementation *is* a management problem and the authors are correctly critical of the short-term bridging training preferred by donor agencies."