A Samaritan State Revisited

Historical Perspectives on Canadian Foreign Aid

Greg Donaghy (Redaktør) ; David Webster (Redaktør) ; Greg Donaghy (Innledning) ; Laura Macdonald (Innledning) ; Dominique Marshall (Innledning) ; Asa McKercher (Innledning) ; Nassisse Solomon (Innledning) ; Stefano Tijerina (Innledning) ; Ryan Touhey (Innledning) ; David Webster (Innledning)

A Samaritan State Revisited brings together a refreshing group of emerging and leading scholars to reflect on the history of Canada's overseas development aid. Addressing the broad ideological and institutional origins of Canada's official development assistance in the 1950s and specific themes in its evolution and professionalization after 1960, this collection is the first to explore Canada's history with foreign aid with this level of interrogative detail. Les mer
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A Samaritan State Revisited brings together a refreshing group of emerging and leading scholars to reflect on the history of Canada's overseas development aid. Addressing the broad ideological and institutional origins of Canada's official development assistance in the 1950s and specific themes in its evolution and professionalization after 1960, this collection is the first to explore Canada's history with foreign aid with this level of interrogative detail. Extending from the 1950s to the present and covering Canadian aid to all regions of the Global South, from South and Southeast Asia to Latin America and Africa, these essays embrace a variety of approaches and methodologies ranging from traditional, archival-based research to textual and image analysis, oral history, and administrative studies. A Samaritan State Revisited weaves together a unique synthesis of governmental and non-governmental perspectives, providing a clear and readily accessible explanation of the forces that have shaped Canadian foreign aid policy.

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List of Abbreviations Acknowledgements Introduction David Webster and Greg Donaghy Part 1: Entering the Aid World, 1950--1960 1. Encounter and Apprenticeship: The Colombo Plan and Canadian Aid in India, 1950--1960 Jill Campbell--Miller 2. "Reasonably Well Organized": A History of Early Aid Administration Greg Donaghy 3. Developing the World in Canadaas Image: Hugh Keenleyside and Technical Assistance David Webster Part 2: Development, Diplomacy, and Trade, 1953--1991 4. "A One Way Street": The Limits of Canadaas Aid Relations with Pakistan, 1958--1972 Ryan Touhey 5. One Size Fits All?: Canadian Development Assistance to Colombia, 1953--1972 Stefano Tijerina 6. Samaritanos canadiensis ?:Canadian Development Assistance in Latin America During the Trudeau Years Asa McKercher 7. "Trotsky in Pinstripes": Lewis Peribam, CIDA, and the Non--Governmental Organizations Program, 1968--1991 Kevin Brushett Part 3: Imagery and Symbolism 8. Building a Base: The Growth of Public Engagement with Canadian Foreign Aid Policy, 1950--1980 Ted Cogan 9. Pictures in Development: The Canadian International Development Agencyas Photo Library Sonya de Laat 10. "Tears are Not Enough": Canadian Political and Social Mobilization for Famine Relief in Ethiopia, 1984--1988 Naississe Solomon Part 4: The Political Economy of Canadian Aid, 1980--2018 11. Canadian Development Assistance to Latin America Laura Macdonald 12. CIDA and Aid to Africa in the 1990s: A Crisis of Confidence David Black 13. A Samaritan State? , Canadian Foreign Aid, and the Challenges of Policy Coherence for Development Conclusion 14. Concluding Reflections: Beyond Aid Dominique Marshall Bibliography Contributors Index

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Greg Donaghy is Head of the Historical Section at the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, and General Editor of its series, Documents on Canadian External Relations. He is the author of Tolerant Allies: Canada and the United States, 1963-68. Greg Donaghy is Head of the Historical Section at the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, and General Editor of its series, Documents on Canadian External Relations. He is the author of Tolerant Allies: Canada and the United States, 1963-68. Dominique Marshall is a professor in the Department of History at Carleton University. She is widely published in the areas of social policy, the history of the family, and the international history of childrens rights and humanitarian aid. In 1999, Aux origines sociales de l'Etat-providence received honourable mention for the Sir John A. Macdonald Prize for best book in Canadian history and won the 199899 Prix Jean-Charles-Falardeau for the best French-language book in the social sciences. David Webster is an associate professor of History at Bishopas University. He is author of Flowers in the Wall: Truth and Reconciliation in Timor-Leste, Indonesia, and Melanesia. David Webster is an associate professor of History at Bishopas University. He is author of Flowers in the Wall: Truth and Reconciliation in Timor-Leste, Indonesia, and Melanesia. David L. Black, PhD, is an internationally recognized forensic toxicologist, founder of Aegis Sciences Corporation, founder and CEO of the Phoenix Sciences Group LLC, and founder and CEO of 2nd Vote. Dr. Black has served as a consultant to major organizations for development of substance abuse prevention and testing programs. Dr. Black has extensive experience as an expert witness in local, state, national, and international court cases involving drug use and testing. Prior to attending college Dr. Black served in the United States Marine Corps and deployed for 13 months to South Vietnam from June 1968 to July 1969. He served with 1st Marine Air Wing stationed in Da Nang and Chu Lai in what was referred to as I Corps, just below the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) separating South and North Vietnam. Dr. Black and his wife, Diane, have been married for more than thirty-seven years. They have three grown children and six grandchildren. They live in Gallatin and attend Comm