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Insurgents attack aid programs to undermine governments, Stanford scholar says


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Research by Joseph Felter shows that insurgents try to derail government-delivered aid programs in poor areas because they fear successful programs will boost the government's credibility. Preventive measures include providing greater security around aid projects and limiting advance knowledge about them.

How sad that aid to poor people is derailed by fear and politics.

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