The New Politics of Aid

Emerging Donors and Conflict-Affected States

Agnieszka Paczynska (Redaktør)

How do emerging donors conceptualize the relationship between security and development? How, and why, do the policies they pursue in conflict-affected states differ from the liberal peacebuilding model of traditional donors?

Addressing these questions, the authors of this book shed light on the increasingly complicated and complex donor landscape. Les mer
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How do emerging donors conceptualize the relationship between security and development? How, and why, do the policies they pursue in conflict-affected states differ from the liberal peacebuilding model of traditional donors?

Addressing these questions, the authors of this book shed light on the increasingly complicated and complex donor landscape. Their work is an essential contribution to our understanding of both the changing dynamics of foreign aid and the processes of postconflict reconstruction and peacebuilding.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Emerging Donors and Conflict-Affected States - A. Paczy?ska.
China: International Developmentalism and Global Security - C. Alden & Y. Zheng.
India: Between Principles and Pragmatism - U. Aneja.
South Africa: Balancing Leadership and Strategic Engagement - G. Khadiagala.
Brazil: The Nexus Between Security and Development - P. Esteves.
Russia: Development Aid and Security Interests - C. Zurcher.
Turkey: New Humanitarianism and Geostrategic Ambitions - P. Tank.
Qatar: Conflict Mediation and Regional Objectives - S. Barakat & S. Milton.
The New Politics of Aid - A. Paczy?ska.

Om forfatteren

Agnieszka Paczy?ska is associate professor in the School of Conflict Analysis and Resolution at George Mason University and non-resident fellow at the Stimson Center, Washington DC, USA.