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Aid and Authoritarianism in Africa (Paperback)

Tobias Hagman

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Paperback. In 2013 almost half of Africa's top aid recipients were ruled by authoritarian regimes. While the West may claim to promote democracy and human rights, in practice major bilateral and inte.Shipping may be from multiple locations in the US or from the UK, depending on stock availability. 204 pages. 0.314. Bookseller Inventory # 9781783606283

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There is a shocking aspect of Africa’s foreign aid that is almost entirely ignored: since 2013, almost half of Africa’s top aid recipients have been ruled by authoritarian one-party states. Many international donors such as USAID, DFID, the World Bank, and the European Commission have watched their aid policies becoming increasingly entangled with the agendas of governmental elites. The situation prompts an uncomfortable question: to what extent are foreign aid programs now actually perpetuating authoritarian rule in Africa?
 
Aid and Authoritarianism in Africa sheds much-needed light on the moral dilemmas and political intricacies raised by the poisonous relationship between foreign aid and autocratic rule. Leading experts on the political situations in Ethiopia, Uganda, Rwanda, Cameroon, Mozambique, and Angola contribute essays that expose the impact of foreign aid on military assistance, rural development, electoral processes, and domestic politics. Offering a controversial yet crucial argument on the perpetuation of authoritarianism in Africa, this book will be an indispensible resource for scholars and activists interested in the relationship between development aid and politics in the contemporary landscape.

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Tobias Hagmann is associate professor of international development at Roskilde University, Denmark, research associate with the Political Geography Chair at the University of Zurich in Switzerland, and a fellow with the Rift Valley Institute in Nairobi and London. Filip Reyntjens is professor of African law and politics at the Institute of Development Policy and Management, University of Antwerp.

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