One more nugget from Obama's UN Speech the other week:
"Our focus on assistance has saved lives in the short term, but it hasn't always improved those societies over the long-term. Consider the millions of people who have relied on food assistance for decades. That's not development, that's dependence, and it's a cycle we need to break. Instead of just managing poverty, we have to offer nations and peoples a path out of poverty."
I appreciate the clarification of terms. Perhaps we can stop using "nation-building" too.