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Title: New foreign policy agenda: Resetting the aid policy beyond 21st Century
Authors: Fernando, Srimal
Salem, Saber
Keywords: Foreign policies
Diplomatic collaborations
Issue Date: 1-Jan-2020
Publisher: The Diplomatic Society
Citation: Fernando, S. and Salem, S. (January 01, 2020). New foreign policy agenda: Resetting the aid policy beyond 21st Century. The Diplomatic Society
Description: Recognising the new global realities in a changing landscape in the international arena, global superpowers and emerging powers would require refashioning its foreign policies to protect their long-term interests. In the past, military might was the sole instrument that states used to colonise weaker nations. Besides trade and defense cooperation, aid diplomacy has been hailed as an effective foreign policy tool, which can effectively promote state interests and sphere of influence.
URI: https://thediplomaticsociety.co.za/home/16-home/2933-new-foreign-policy-agenda-resetting-the-aid-policy-beyond-21st-century-?fbclid=IwAR0b6KwHrS7pJNHLCJ4VxOykpD6QPSNYuZ2a2qPPwH6zUo4UpBHX4wbKfdw
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