Aid as Peacemaker: Canadian Development Assistance and Third World Conflict

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Robert Miller
McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP, 1992 - Social Science - 210 pages
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Does development by its nature produce conflict? Are there times when Canada should take sides in Third World conflict? Are there ways that Canadian aid can be used to promote peace? Experts in Third World development pursue answers to these questions.
 

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Contents

Aid and Peace in Central America
17
Canada Aid and Peacemaking in Southern Africa
33
Linda Freeman Carleton University
51
David Gillies Canadian Centre for Human Riglits
63
Canadian Aid Social Change
71
Integration or Overload?
89
Gerald Schmitz North South Institute
107
VI
108
CUSO and Liberation Movements in Southern Africa
123
Bernard Wood was formerly Chief Executive Officer
161
Food for GunsWhen Foreign
173
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Robert Miller is Director of the Parliamentary Centre, where he has championed parliamentary-strengthening programs in Southern Africa and Southeast Asia.

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