Interactive John Norris sees if countries receiving U.S. economic and security assistance are good places to invest increasingly scarce development dollars.
Report John Norris and Connie Veillette offer a bipartisan report trying to determine how we can make the most efficient and effective use of scarce resources, reform our foreign affairs institutions, and defend our core national interests amid major budget uncertainty.
John Norris shares a story in Foreign Policy about an afternoon with the former Liberian president 10 years ago.
Interactive John Norris looks at U.S. foreign assistance spending for the past fiscal year and whether it was wisely appropriated.
Report John Norris, Abigail Long, Sarah Margon, and David Abramowitz explain why the United States should invest more in conflict prevention training.
John Norris argues in U.S. News and World Report that foreign aid can be cut without harming national security.
John Norris explains how much the collapse of Somalia has cost the world.
Video John Norris talks about why we need to move beyond crisis response to crisis prevention in failed states.
Interactive A slideshow from John Norris and Sarah Margon shows how many senior war criminals have been held accountable for their actions.
Spending all the development funds in the world will not substitute for an actual functioning Afghan government, writes John Norris.
Connie Veillette and John Norris explain how the United States can save $2 billion while improving foreign aid.
Issue Brief John Norris and Connie Veillette detail how Congress could save more than $500 million annually by eliminating unnecessary regulations that make it harder to carry out effective development programs abroad.
Issue Brief Sarah Margon and John Norris outline why we need the United Nations and why efforts to pull back from this institution are a mistake.
John Norris debunks myths about foreign aid and examines whether it is beneficial.