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Emerging donors linkage
24 July 2012 12:23PM
The role of emerging donors continues to be a
in international policy circles.
But is it all hype
India's long-delayed aid agency seems to be up and running
. Foreign Policy details how India's status as a donor is
extending Indian soft power far beyond Bollywood
One of the key points to watch out for in
this video presentation by OECD DAC Chair Brian Atwood
is his estimation of the size of
China's aid program
(it could be bigger than most analysts think).
Brian sat down with Annmaree O'Keefe
to discuss the post-2015 MDG framework and a rapidly changing international development environment.
Could Chinese aid
sooth the sting
South China Sea dispute
future of donor coordination in Asia
, according to Japan (specifically, Japan's efforts to work with China and South Korea).
The Asia Foundation is becoming known as a
hub of knowledge
practices of Asian donors
'South-South cooperation' continues to gain prominence
in the debate on the
future of development cooperation
what is it
, and where does Australia fit in?
Chile's aid program
is tiny but it's
on the move
Brazil now provides assistance to 65 countries
with a budget that has grown threefold since 2005.
Could Western donors learn from Brazil's brand of foreign aid
A USAID-funded conference earlier this month looked at
'frontiers in development'
. Watch (from 26 min) a diverse panel debate the future of development assistance, including the role of private entities/foundations (47 min) and emerging donors (48 min):
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