USGLC’s Top 10 Blogs of 2017

December 21, 2017 By Megan Guilfoyle

With mounting challenges overseas – from the world’s worst humanitarian crisis since World War II, to devastating famines, to tension with North Korea – this year has shown us that American global leadership is more important now than ever before.

And as the year draws to a close, we’ve rounded up our top ten blogs of 2017 – the inspiring stories of U.S. foreign assistance, it’s impact around the world and here at home.

Here are the stories that give us hope for a better, safer world in 2018:

  1. U.S. Armed Forces Commanders Speak Out: State Department, USAID Essential to Success of Military
  2. Ending Modern Slavery: How America is Working to Stop Human Trafficking
  3. The Case for Keeping USAID and the State Department Separate
  4. Reasons for Optimism at USAID
  5. Republicans and Democrats Agree: Foreign Aid Cuts Would Hurt U.S. National Security
  6. An Unexpected Interview: Secretary Mattis Talks U.S. Development and Diplomacy
  7. Food for Education: The Program Taking Hunger Out of the Classroom
  8. Former Secretaries of State, Foreign Policy Leaders: America’s Global Engagement is Critical for Our Nation
  9. STEAM-Powered Progress for Girls in Science
  10. A Chance at a Better Life, Thanks to Vaccines

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