II. The essays in this special issue aim to illustrate the origins, the motives and the objectives of foreign aid policies implemented by the major «emerging donors» in Asia (China and India) in the last twenty years. In particular, the analysis tries to assess which role the emerging donors assign to their foreign aid policies in the pursuit of foreign policy goals. They attempt to explain how and why the rules, practices and objectives of international development cooperation have con- stantly been challenged, and to illustrate how their choices are chang- ing the international aid landscape in Asia. Secondly, the contributions compare the policies of the «new do- nors» with those of the major traditional donors in the area (EU and Japan), and show their responses to the emergence of such novelties, trying to bring to light if and how their policies and their interven- tions have adapted to these challenges.

Foreign Aid in Asia: traditional and “new” donors in a changing development landscape

villani angela
2018-01-01

Abstract

II. The essays in this special issue aim to illustrate the origins, the motives and the objectives of foreign aid policies implemented by the major «emerging donors» in Asia (China and India) in the last twenty years. In particular, the analysis tries to assess which role the emerging donors assign to their foreign aid policies in the pursuit of foreign policy goals. They attempt to explain how and why the rules, practices and objectives of international development cooperation have con- stantly been challenged, and to illustrate how their choices are chang- ing the international aid landscape in Asia. Secondly, the contributions compare the policies of the «new do- nors» with those of the major traditional donors in the area (EU and Japan), and show their responses to the emergence of such novelties, trying to bring to light if and how their policies and their interven- tions have adapted to these challenges.
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