The Reality of Aid Report 2018: Asia Pacific

TABLE OF CONTENTS

I. Political Overview
   The Changing Faces of Aid: Encouraging Global Justice or Buttressing Inequalities?
       The Reality of Aid Network International Coordinating Committee


II. ODA and Security
   Rising Militarism: Implications for Development Aid and Cooperation in Asia Pacific
       The Reality of Aid – Asia Pacific

   Aiding Militarization: Role of South Korea’s ODA in “Peacekeeping” Activities in Asia
       Youngah Lee, People’s Solidarity for Participatory Democracy – South Korea

   Militarization of Palestinian Aid
       Nora Lester Murad and Alaa Tartir, Aid Watch – Palestine

   Development Cooperation, Militarism and Conflict in the Contiguous Areas of Bangladesh, North East India and   Myanmar
       Jiten Yumnam, Centre for Research and Advocacy – Manipur

   Development Ground Zero: Philippines, Cambodia, Myanmar
       Council for People’s Development and Governance – Philippines


  III. Additional Contents
   International Finance Institutions: A focus on the private sector in North East India’s development challenges
       Jiten Yumnam, Centre for Research and Advocacy – Manipur

   The Need for a Climate-related Official Development Assistance (CODA) Framework to Improve Climate Finance Status   Quo
       Jahangir Hasan Masum, Coastal Development Partnership – Bangladesh