International Development

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The taxation of foreign aid

Foreign aid is often exempt from taxation in recipient countries. Research on the topic is sparse, debate

Opportunities for Commonwealth development

In April 2018, heads of government from across the Commonwealth gather for the Commonwealth Summit to discuss

Libya’s war economy: predation, profiteering and state weakness

Libya suffers from interlinked political, security and economic crises that are weakening state institutions, damaging its economy

Aid, security and Britain’s role in the world

How can the UK government institute a more integrated approach to promoting peaceful, secure, resilient and prosperous

Forecasting hazards, averting disasters

Forecast-based early action (FbA) initiatives are diverse, with very different approaches to the timing of decisions and

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By Various Authors

Foreign aid is often exempt from taxation in recipient countries. Research on the topic is sparse, debate infrequent, and the…

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By Various Authors

In April 2018, heads of government from across the Commonwealth gather for the Commonwealth Summit to discuss the future of…

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By Tim Eaton

Libya suffers from interlinked political, security and economic crises that are weakening state institutions, damaging its economy and facilitating the…

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By Various Authors

How can the UK government institute a more integrated approach to promoting peaceful, secure, resilient and prosperous societies across the…

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By Various Authors

Forecast-based early action (FbA) initiatives are diverse, with very different approaches to the timing of decisions and actions, and to…

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By John Twigg; Irina Mosel

Informal actors and organisations often play a large role in crisis response in urban areas, but are often ill-integrated (if…

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By Drew Corbyn; Mattia Vianello

This paper examines the issue of energy and displacement in detail, using insights from refugees in camps in Burkina Faso…

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By Miren Gutierrez; Alfonso Daniels; Guy Jobbins

New technologies offer unique opportunities to support fisheries monitoring, control and surveillance, particularly for countries in Africa and other regions…

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By Nilima Gulrajani

Every few years, the reorganisation of foreign aid bureaucracy becomes a topical issue in development policy circles. The last time…

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