Here he points out the good and bad points of Bush's Policies: LINK
But he echoes what I have (sarcastically) pointed out in previous posts:
The liberal approach to helping the poor is sometimes to sponsor a U.N. conference and give ringing speeches calling for changed laws and more international assistance.
In contrast, a standard conservative approach is to sponsor a missionary hospital or school. One magnificent example is the Addis Ababa Fistula Hospital, where missionary doctors repair obstetric injuries that have left Ethiopian women incontinent.Liberals also often focus on changing laws, but in a poor country, the legal system is often irrelevant outside the capital.......
Liberals may also put too much faith in aid itself. What Africa needs most desperately are things it can itself provide: good governance, a firmer neighborhood response to genocide in Sudan, and a collective nudging of Robert Mugabe into retirement.
Plenty of studies have shown that aid usually doesn't help people in insecure, corrupt or poorly governed nations. Indeed, aid can even do harm, by bidding up local exchange rates and hurting local manufacturers.All that said, in the right circumstances aid can be tremendously effective, especially in well-governed countries - Mozambique is an excellent example.