Development During the Bush Administration

Francis Fukuyama praises the Bush administration and Congress for increasing development funding over the last eight years. Funding levels still don't make up for previous declines, though, argues the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies' international development program director.

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  • David Francis

    David is a Washington-based journalist and former Devex staffer who spearheaded Devex's "Obama's Foreign Aid Reform" blog. He has written for the Christian Science Monitor, Pittsburgh Post Gazette,, San Francisco Chronicle, Foreign Policy magazine, and the Washington Monthly. David holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Chicago and a graduate degree from Georgetown University.

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