Desha Girod in The Monkey Cage: “Trump has given quid pro quos a bad rap. Here’s where they actually help.”
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Conflict Resolution Professor and Program Director Desha Girod writes in the Washington Post’s Monkey Cage on how quid pro quos should – and should not – work. January 22, 2020.
She writes: “In other areas of foreign aid, quid pro quo agreements can be quite common, legal and helpful at incentivizing development. But we call the quid pro quo by another name: aid conditionality.”