如果说孔子学院，舌尖上的中国算文化侵略，那么这个NED等非政府组织可是干了很多实事的。 使命：推进民主 2019年12月2日，中国政府宣布对美国国家民主基金会实施制裁 https://zh.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/美国国家民主基金会 亚洲 按照金额数量排列如下： 中国 611万0531美元 香港 36万9983美元 西藏 44万4710美元 新疆 52万1105美元 中国内地 477万4733美元 缅甸 408万9747美元 巴基斯坦 325万7206美元 朝鲜 151万8788美元 印尼 129万6101美元 菲律宾 90万2842美元 马来西亚 77万美元 东帝汶 65万3000美元 斯里兰卡 56万1370美元 尼泊尔 44万1559美元 泰国 42万0660美元 孟加拉国 20万5896美元 越南 17万7000美元 柬埔寨 4万美元 印度 3万美元 综合项目 154万4680美元 Activities The NED supports programs only in countries outside the United States. Funding of election monitors and democratic advocacyEdit NED does not directly fund any political party, as this is forbidden by law. According to NED, it funds election monitoring and also civic education about voting, such as student-led "get-out-the-vote" campaigns. NED has also supported, provided training, and consulted with groups which approve of democracy, but criticize the United States, in countries such as Indonesia and Ukraine. The NED says that it focuses funding on democracy-minded organizations rather than opposition groups; however it does not support groups that openly advocate communism, fundamentalism, or dictatorships. Michael McFaul, in an article for the Washington Post, argues that the NED is not an instrument of U.S. foreign policy. As an example of this, he states that the NED was willing to fund pro-democratic organizations even when the U.S. government was supportive of non-democratic governments in the region. Central America According to "London Progressive Journal", The International Republican Institute (IRI) received about $1.2 million from NED in 2009 in order to support think tanks and advocacy groups to "support initiatives to implement political positions during the campaigns in 2009". Iran In 2002, Mehangiz Kar, an Iranian women activist, received the annual Democracy award from then-First Lady Laura Bush. Latin America and the Caribbean Venezuela In 2004, Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez publicized documents which purported to show that the NED funded civil associations in the country, including a tripling of funding from about $250,000 to nearly $900,000 between 2000 and 2001. As of July, 2010, the NED is accused of funding several journalists in Venezuela who work for opposition media outlets. Western Europe NED also funded political groups in the democracies of Western Europe in the 1980s. The French newspaper Libération published a report which claimed that the U.S. funded the National Inter-University Union. More recently, the NED has provided funding to the French NGO Reporters Without Borders (RSF), which promotes freedom of press, particularly in Cuba. Eastern Europe During the 1980s and 1990s, NED invested millions of dollars in Eastern Europe. Ukraine In their 2012 report, NED indicated that it spent US$3,381,824 on programs in the Ukraine, encompassing the areas NGO Strengthening, Political Processes, Human Rights, Accountability, Developing Market Economy, Freedom of Information, Democratic Ideas and Values, Promoting Freedom of Assembly, Strengthening Political Institutions, and Monitoring Electoral Processes. Russia NED was banned in Russia as an undesirable international NGO in July 2015 for "using Russian commercial and noncommercial organisations under its control... to declare the results of election campaigns illegitimate, organise political actions intended to influence decisions made by the authorities, and discredit service in Russia's armed forces."