Who Sets the Aid Agenda, and Why Does That Matter?

AU staff writer Sally Acharya recently interviewed me for the American Magazine. The article provides a neat summary of my current research. Kudos and thanks to Sally!

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2 thoughts on “Who Sets the Aid Agenda, and Why Does That Matter?

  1. Hello Dear Daniel:
    I really like your weblog and I usually read your articles; I like it more when I find stuff on Kabul and Afghanistan!!

  2. btw: recently I have been reading “The making of Modern Afghanistan” by B.D. Hopkins; the author asks a reasonable question: “Is international aid simply a ‘modern manifestation’ of the British subsidy policy which under-wrote the survival of the Afghan state in the later half of the nineteenth century?”.

    I always think about the effectiveness of aid and Afghan on going insecurity, does Afghanistan receive a ‘real’ aid at the moment? I have no answer for it,

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