German Marshall Fund of the United States

For General Support Of The Economics Program

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for support of the Alliance for Securing Democracy  
The Alliance for Securing Democracy at the German Marshall Fund of the United States develops comprehensive strategies to deter, defend against, and raise the costs of authoritarian efforts to undermine and interfere in democratic institutions. The Alliance brings together bipartisan experts on disinformation, malign finance, emerging technologies, election integrity, economic coercion, and cybersecurity, as well as regional experts, to collaborate across traditional stovepipes and develop cross-cutting frameworks to better understand authoritarian threats to democracy and build more robust defenses against them.
for a project to continue GMF's efforts to promote more effective U.S. development policies  
This project, which will also have financial support from the Swedish government, focuses on two key objectives: (1) modernizing American foreign aid budgeting, policy planning, and operations to support recipient country ownership of development strategies; and (2) ensuring that our policymakers make difficult decisions on priorities for U.S. development assistance—especially in this period of shrinking budgets—based on global best practices, including the experience of European donors. To achieve these objectives, the German Marshall Fund (GMF) will establish an Aid Effectiveness Experts Group, launch a new congressional education effort, and prepare policy briefs aimed at high-level policymaker audiences. These efforts will in turn strengthen GMF’s leadership within the Hewlett-supported Modernizing Foreign Assistance Network, of which GMF Senior Fellow Jim Kolbe is a co-chair. German Marshall Fund of the United States

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