Conflict, Security and Development

The Reality of Aid Project  Download this chapter

  • Preface

Part I - Political Overview and World Trends  Download this chapter

  • Conflict, Security and Development
  • World Aid Trends
    Arnold Padilla, IBON and Brian Tomlinson, CCIC

Part II - Conflict, Security and Development Cooperation  Download this chapter

  • Australian Aid: A Mixed Bag
    Garth Luke, ACFID
  • Australian Aid: Promoting Insecurity
    Tim O' Connor, Sharni Chan and Dr. James Goodman, Aid/Watch
  • ASEAN and the Struggle for Democracy
    Charm Tong, SHAN Women?s Action Network
  • Footing the Reconstruction Bill
    Tatsuya Watanabe, JANIC
  • Japan's ODA at the Crossroads: Counter Terrorism, or Poverty Eradication?
    Koshida Kiyokazu, Pacific Asia Resource Center (PARC)
  • Alternative Priorities
    Dr. Sanaa Abou Chacra, Arab NGO Network for Development (ANND)
  • Nepal: The Militarization of Foreign Aid
    Gopal `Chintan` Siwakoti and Neeru Shrestha, Nepal Policy Institute (NPI)
  • Developments in the New Zealand Aid Program
    Ewan Morris, New Zealand Council for International Development
  • Aid and Conflict: The Philippine Case
    Arnold Padilla, IBON Foundation

Part III - Post-Tsunami Aid and Other Issues  Download this chapter

  • Aceh's Tsunami Aid: One Year After, Poverty Reduction Needs a Bigger Role in Australian Aid
    Ivan A. Hadar, Indonesian Institute for Democracy Education (IDE)
  • US Military Troops in Typhoon-Ravaged Quezon Province, Philippines
    Rita Baua, BAYAN (New Patriotic Alliance)
  • Civil War, Tsunami, Humanitarian Aid and Human Security
    Ajith Tennakoon, Sewalanka Foundation