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Journal Article | Oct 2015
The Chinese entry into the African continent and the subsequent effect on soft power in global relations are of increasing interest to many scholars. ...
Beijing Consensus, , globalization, , imperialism, , neo-colonialism, , partnership of equals, , Washington Consensus, Uganda
Journal Article | Jan 2005
It is likely that the international aid system will continue to evolve along one major axis in the years to come, with a fragmented, foreign-policy focus ...
Development aid, International aid system, Aid priorities
Christina Biebesheimer and Francisco Mejía (eds). 2001. Justice Beyond our Borders. Judicial Reforms for Latin America and the Caribbean. Washington D.C.: Inter-American Development Bank
Book Review | Jan 2001
Christina Biebesheimer and Francisco Mejía (eds). 2001. Justice Beyond our Borders. Judicial Reform
justice reform, Latin America
Project | Jan 1996
A report on international co-operation to protect and assist refugees was commissioned by the World Bank in connection with the preparation of the World ...
Human rights as international consensus. The making of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights 1945-1948
CMI Report | Jan 1993
When the United Nations, on 10 December 1948, adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, it was the first time in history that a global organization ...
Human Rights, History, United Nations, The Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Journal Article | Jan 2013
Many Latin American countries are moving towards increased accountability for past human rights violations. There is a growing international consensus ...
accountability, human rights, impunity, transitional justice, Uruguay, Uruguay
Project | Jan 1996 - Jun 1999
A report written in preparation for the World Food Summit in November 1996, an international conference at the level of the Heads of Governments intended ...
Report in External Series | Jan 2011
The US invasion of Afghanistan in 2001 was in a sense a curious accident of history. Enraged by the attacks on New York and Washington, the Bush Administration ...
CMI Working Paper | Jan 2006
In recent years, a consensus appears to have emerged that a variety of problems can be understood in terms of state failure. This paper reviews one aspect ...
Fragile states, Peace building, Aid policy
Event | 19 Jun 2008
Astri Suhrke, Bruce Kapferer, Stein Sundstøl Eriksen and Ole Jacob Sending discuss discuss conceptions of the state in contemporary efforts of statebuilding.
Event | 13 Jun 2007
Irvani is professor of Islamic Law at the Catholic University of America in Washington, DC, and Karimi is director of the Human Rights Center at Mofit University in Qom.
Report in External Series | Mar 2012
Serious shortcomings in Sudanese laws and practices contribute to the lack of protection of victims of rape in Sudan. There is need for comprehensive ...
Asian Models for Aid: Is There a Non-Western Approach to Development Assistance? Summary record of seminar held in Oslo, December 2006
CMI Report | Oct 2007
The expansion of the international donor community clearly challenges the current "consensus" of a new "harmonised" aid architecture, ...
Development aid, Asia, Japan, China, India, South Korea
Report in External Series | Nov 2010
In this thematic paper I will reconsider the connections between natural resources and conflict. Aimed at producing a state of the art review of the research ...
Natural Resource, Conflict
Event | 23 Jan 2014
Open lecture by Professor of political science Nathan J. Brown (George Washington University). Nathan J. Brown, a professor of political science ...
Event | 13 Mar 2014
With Ingvild Almås, NHH Norwegian School of Economics
Event | 16 Oct 2008
The ethics of corruption cannot be analyzed without simultaneously addressing the legitimacy of public office or entrusted power. Ivar Kolstad introduces a concept of core unethical corruption, defined as violations of distributed ethical obligations for private gain.
CMI Brief | Feb 2019
Big discoveries of high value natural resources can have negative economic, political, and social effects long before full production of a resource begins. ...
Journal Article | Dec 2012
The ethics of corruption cannot be analyzed without simultaneously addressing the legitimacy of public office or entrusted power. This paper introduces ...
Corruption, ethics, obligations, duties, responsibilities
News | 20 Feb 2008
"The weakening resolve" in Afghanistan, argues Astri Suhrke, reflects growing European concern that the strategy staked out by Washington may be neither realistic nor desirable.