Auteur: Brown, Oli & Mark Halle, Sonia Peña Moreno & Sebastian Winkler
Titel: Trade, Aid and Security
Iraq, Afghanistan, Darfur. All resonate loudly on the international stage, exposing and illustrating the intractable links between global security, war and conflict, the control over natural resources – be they oil, water, timber or ‘conflict diamonds’ – and the deployment of aid money and the manipulation of international trade policies. This volume, written by leading authorities from across the globe, introduces the linkages between trade, aid and security, and exposes how inappropriate or misused trade and aid policy can and do undermine security and contribute to violence and the disintegration of nation states. On a practical level they demonstrate how six key areas of trade and aid policy can be used to help forge stability and security, reduce the likelihood of armed conflict and assist economic and political recovery in our war-torn world.
2007, 208 pag., Euro 35,35
Earthscan Publications, London, ISBN 9781844074198
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