Journalist for @TheAtlantic, @AJEnglish, @WashingtonPost, @USNews etc. Occasional podcaster. Former EU and D.C. correspondent.
Q&A: MIT's Carlo Ratti on people-driven 'senseable'...
Several bills put before the United States Congress since the beginning of the year could impact aid workers and development organizations — if they get enough political support to be enacted into law.
A bill called the "Aid to Allies Act," aims to block Senegal from development assistance for two years, and instead redirect those funds to Rwanda and Uganda, as a direct result of Senegal co-sponsoring the U.N. resolution against Israeli settlements.