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Towards Long-Term Cooperation

IDS Bulletin 4.2-3


In assessing the criteria for deciding when aid should be granted - or refused - to countries where government policies contradict the economic and social prerequisites of development, Dudley Seers is right to stress the importance of two principles, which are too often ignored: 1) Aid for...

1 March 1972

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Who uses Aid for what?

IDS Bulletin 4.2-3


Except for making the rather uninteresting observation that the developed countries sometimes, or often, use what they call 'aid' as an instrument of foreign policy, aid agencies tend to turn a blind eye to the political dimensions of their activities. There are several reasons why this should...

1 March 1972

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From what types of government should poor countries accept what types of Aid?

IDS Bulletin 4.2-3


Two broad approaches are possible in commenting upon Dudley Seers's paper. One can accept the terms of his argument and discuss his facts, his logic and his conclusions; or one can reject the basis of his position, dispute his underlying assumptions and pose a different set of questions.

1 March 1972

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What types of government should be refused what types of aid?

IDS Bulletin 4.2-3


The defiant gesture of the US Senate in drastically amending the Administration's aid bill, because (inter alia) some liberal Senators had become disillusioned at the persistence of aid to military dictatorships, has given new point to the question posed in the title. All agencies, bilateral and...

1 March 1972

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Editorial: Income Distribution and the Class Struggle

IDS Bulletin 4.2-3


Income distribution is a confusing term. What scope is it to be given? Is it to be treated in a purely economic sense, bringing in social and political factors only when they are found to be useful for or obstacles to changing the income differentials in an economy? Is the argument for...

1 March 1972