Development assistance programmes and national security: the British experience

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Development assistance programmes and national security: the British experience
// Pathways to Peace and Security. 2015. No 2(49). P. 29-43



Abstract

Interrelation between international development programs and national security has become one of the prominent political discussions topics in Britain. In the recent years the country has increased its international development budget and has taken a number of actions aimed at improving coordination between the military and non-military departments working abroad. The article examines organizational and ideological basis for such practice and analyses contemporary social and political discourse on the subject.


Keywords

international development assistance, national security, conflict prevention, securitization, “soft power”, United Kingdom 


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Kharitonova E. Development assistance programmes and national security: the British experience. Pathways to Peace and Security, 2015, No 2(49), pp. 29-43



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