There's a reason Americans are confused about the value of overseas development assistance. And there's also a fix -- if the State Department gets serious about the next QDDR.
With the midterm elections barely over in the United States, attention has inevitably shifted to the 2016 presidential contest. Hillary Clinton, the bookies' favorite, is already taking shots from competing candidates in both major parties. As a former secretary of state, she will undoubtedly face questions on foreign aid, which continues to be a punching bag for Republicans. The answers she provided in her old job could use some improvement.