Earlier this year, United States President Donald Trump alluded to a foreign aid review — the outcome of which is expected to set the tone for another round of harsh White House budget proposals. Since the announcement, little has been revealed about the process and the few signals the administration has sent have been mixed.
In this episode, senior reporter Michael Igoe and engagement editor Kate Midden discuss what we know about the foreign aid review, what we don’t — and what it means for U.S. aid.
• In Trump's US aid review, can development principles prevail?
• The next battle for US aid is about to begin
• Opinion: The White House foreign aid review is long overdue. Here's how to get reform right.
• USAID adopts a hard line on China's development approach