When the tide of Jihadism rises in increasingly disparate places around the developing world, the question needs to be asked as to whether “guns” or ‘butter” will be brought to bear in response.

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About Karen Randau

A native of the southwestern U.S., Karen uses her blog posts to put into action her passion for helping people be all that God intended them to be. She is able to do this through her role in the Food for the Hungry communications department of the Global Service Center in Phoenix in two ways. First, she helps people understand the plight faced by impoverished people in developing nations. Second, she brings light to the successful ways Food for the Hungry is helping people.