South-South Cooperation Beyond the Myths

Rising Donors, New Aid Practices?

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ISBN: 978-1-137-53968-7 (Print) 978-1-137-53969-4 (Online)

Table of contents (12 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xix

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    Pages 1-27

    Introduction: South–South Cooperation Beyond the Myths—A Critical Analysis

  3. Imagining and Shaping SSC: Ideas, Identities and Actors

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 29-29

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      Pages 31-57

      Malleable Identities and Blurring Frontiers of Cooperation: Reflections from India’s “Distinct” Engagement with Senegal and Mozambique

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      Pages 59-78

      The Turkish Way of Doing Development Aid?: An Analysis from the Somali Laboratory

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      Pages 79-106

      Good-Bye Che?: Scope, Identity, and Change in Cuba’s South–South Cooperation

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      Pages 107-135

      The South–South Partnership Puzzle: The Brazilian Health Expert Community in Mozambique

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      Pages 137-169

      South Africa’s Development Diplomacy and South–South Cooperation: Issues of Institutionalization and Formalization?

  4. Is Another Cooperation Possible? Cultivating Difference, Building Bridges

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 171-171

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      Pages 173-195

      Venezuela and South–South Cooperation: Solidarity or Realpolitik?

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      Pages 197-223

      Emerging Donors on the Field: A Study Case of China and South Korea in Lao PDR

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      Pages 225-244

      From Identities to Politics: UAE Foreign Aid

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      Pages 245-269

      Going South to Reach the North?: The Case of Colombia

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      Pages 271-299

      Resisting South–South Cooperation? Mozambican Civil Society and Brazilian Agricultural Technical Cooperation

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      Pages 301-324

      Conclusion: South–South Cooperation Experiences Compared and the Way Forward

  5. Back Matter

    Pages 325-334