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US Aid Does Not Translate into Votes in the UN General Assembly

Created on September 18, 2013

US Aid Does Not Translate into Votes in the UN General Assembly

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Keywords: United States, aid, United Nations, votes, important, overall, development, assistance, recipient, non-consensus, Iraq, Afghanistan, Russia, Pakistan, Sudan, Ethiopia, Colombia, Egypt, Jordan, Kenya, Haiti, South Africa, Uganda, Israel, Tanzania, Nigeria, Mozambique, Indonesia, Peru, Congo, Georgia, Zambia, Mexico, Philippines, India, Bolivia, Ghana, Ukraine, Liberia, Bangladesh

Sources: U.S. Agency for International Development, U.S. Overseas Loans and Grants, http://gbk.eads.usaidallnet.gov (accessed September 17, 2013), and authors’ correspondence with USAID Economic Analysis and Data Services; U.S. Department of State, Bureau of International Organization Affairs, Voting Practices in the United Nations, 2003–2012, http://www.state.gov/p/io/rls/rpt/ (accessed September 17, 2013).

Article ID: IB4047

CHART 2 | IB 4047 | heritage.org