A growing proportion of aid spending now goes into conflict-affected states and conflict prevention. As a result, development and security are increasingly intertwined and this inter-relation is hotly debated. The key question however is not whether development and security should be linked, but rather how and for whose benefit.
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Allouche, J. & Lind, J. (2013) A New Deal? Development and Security in a Changing World, AG Level 2 Output ID: 503, Brighton: IDS.