The right of the United States government to distribute aid to foreign organizations in accordance with American interests was upheld by The Supreme Court. The June 29 decision in Agency for International Development v. Alliance for Open Society International represents a significant win for the protection of American freedoms.
The case affirms a vital principle of U.S. foreign involvement—U.S. money spent abroad must support U.S. interests and priorities. If a foreign organization wants our money, it cannot violate American interests.