Reshaping the Development Cooperation System
Over the last two decades, the development cooperation system has been subject to several changes that have affected the aid doctrine, the spectrum of actors involved, and the range of instruments put into play. But if the cooperation system has changed, international reality has evolved even more intensively. We are now facing a highly integrated but insecure world, with less absolute poverty but more inequality, with new global powers emerging from an increasingly heterogeneous developing world and a world that face demanding environmental challenges. All these factors force to reshape the development cooperation system, reviewing its purposes, perimeter and governance mechanisms. The chapter analyses these issues and discusses alternative scenarios for the foreseeable future in the context of the new Post-2015 Development Agenda.
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