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Development Aid in Stable Democracies and Fragile States

  • A. H. Monjurul Kabir

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxiii
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  9. Back Matter
    Pages 203-236

About this book

Introduction

This book is based on experience and reflections related to international support provided to parliaments and legislative bodies both in selected countries (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Ghana, Serbia, and Kyrgyzstan) and globally. The author intends to provide a critique of parliamentary support, as part of development assistance or foreign aid, for having been conceived in narrow terms of technical assistance and for failing to appreciate that aid effectiveness calls for a sound understanding of a country’s politics, culture, and history. The monograph examines the effectiveness of aid in both stable democracies, and fragile and transition countries. The project is ideal for audiences interested in regional politics, the Middle East, Africa, South Asia, Central Asia, and development/democracy studies.  

Monjurul Kabir is Senior Adviser and Chief of Section, Asia-Pacific, LDCs, and SIDS with UN Women at United Nations, New York, USA. He is a political scientist, governance, human rights, and gender expert. 

 


Keywords

Serbia Ghana parlament Fragile states Stable democracies Development aid Transition States development theory Afghanistan Bangladesh Kyrgyzstan

Authors and affiliations

  • A. H. Monjurul Kabir
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  1. 1.Kabir FoundationNew YorkUSA

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