In This Review

Modernizing Foreign Assistance: Resource Management as an Instrument of Foreign Policy
Modernizing Foreign Assistance: Resource Management as an Instrument of Foreign Policy
By The American Foreign Policy Council
Praeger, 1992, 160 pp

As support for foreign aid has shrunk, so has the once-steady flow of proposals for reorganizing its administration. Thus the appearance of this book is somewhat unusual, and its prescriptions for making the most of U.S. resources are mostly familiar: flexibility, a single agency to handle all types of aid, clear purposes and allocation of aid where it can do the most good.