The U.S. Should Practice What It Preaches on ‘Good Governance’

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U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken attends a video message by U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres at the beginning of the Second Berlin Conference on Libya, in Berlin, Germany, June 23, 2021 (AP photo by Michael Sohn).
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The coronavirus pandemic and other global challenges have highlighted the importance of addressing the fractures and failures within the U.S. agencies tasked with implementing the Global Fragility Act. A good place to start is by applying some of the act’s components to the United States’ own institutions and programming.

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