Emerging countries : fading dichotomy in development cooperation?

 

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AUTOR(ES): ROSA, Inês, 1961-2015MARTINHO, Ana, outroGALA, José Manuel Briosa e, posfac.FERREIRA, Manuel Ennes, pref.

PUBLICAÇÃO: Lisboa: Instituto Diplomático, Ministério dos Negócios Estrangeiros, 2015

DESC.FÍSICA: 79 p. : il.:quadros; fotos ; 24 cm

ISBN: 978-989-8140-23-4

NOTAS: Nota introdutória - Ana Martinho.
Foreword - Manuel Ennes Ferreira.
Acronyms
Preface
Introduction
1. The traditional framework of development cooperation
2. The appearance of the emerging economies
The role of emerging countries in Africa
China, India and Brazil's evolving role in Africa
Trade
Investment
Development cooperation
Institutional relations
3. (Re)-emergence of South-South and triangular cooperation
4. The emergence of three categories of countries in development cooperation?
Development in the G20
Differentiation in the EU's external action
Institutional arrangements in the global partnership or effective development
And in the United Nations context?
Conclusions
Annexes
1 Africa's exports in value to different markets [2000-2013]
2 Share of Africa's exports to different markets [2000-2013]
3 Africa's imports in value from different markets [2000-2013]
4 Share of Africa's imports from different markets [2000-2013]
5 FDI flows and stock from China, India and Brazil, USA and Portugal [2001-2012]
6 Estimated ODA-like flows from China, India and Brazil [2007-2013]
References
Posfácio - José Manuel Briosa e Gala


"The major changes in the field of development cooperation begun in the last decade as a result of the economic emergence of some countries. Attention is given to the increasing economic role of China, India and Brazil in Africa over the last ten/twelve years, a role that provides them with the opportunity to project their power in a different region, which in turn boosts their image more like developed countries.


The emergence of these countries has the potential to structurally transform the prevailing traditional dichotomy since the end of the Second World War, between developed and developing countries in the framework of development cooperation."

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