About the Author
Samir Elhawary, United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), Egypt.
Mark Furness, German Development Institute, Germany.
Stefan Gänzle, University of Agder, Norway.
Philippe Marchesin, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, France.
Leigh Mayhew, Independent Researcher, UK.
Katie Peters, Overseas Development Institute, UK.
Jaroslav Pet?ík, People in Need, Czech Republic.
David M. Potter, Nanzan University, Japan.
Rosalind Raddatz, University of Ottawa, Canada.
Joanna Spear, George Washington University, United States.
Liam Swiss, Memorial University, Canada.
Leni Wild, Overseas Development Institute, UK.
Table of Contents
1.Security, Development and the Securitization of Foreign Aid; Stephen Brown and Jörn Grävingholt
2.The Militarization of United States Foreign Aid; Joanna Spear
3.The UK's Approach to Linking Development and Security: Assessing Policy and Practice; Leni Wild and Samir Elhawary
4.The Securitization of Aid: The Case of France; Philippe Marchesin
5.Peacebuilding and the 'Human Securitization' of Japan's Foreign Aid; Pedro Amakasu Raposo Carvalho and David M. Potter
6.From Ottawa to Kandahar and Back: The Securitization of Canadian Foreign Aid; Stephen Brown
7.The European Union's Development Policy: A Balancing Act between 'a More Comprehensive Approach' and Creeping Securitization; Mark Furness and Stefan Gänzle
8.Provincial Reconstruction Teams in Afghanistan: Securitizing Aid by Developmentalizing the Military; Jaroslav Petrík
9.Space for Gender Equality in the Security and Development Agenda? Insights from Three Donors; Liam Swiss
10. The Securitization of Climate Change: A Developmental Perspective; Katie Peters and Leigh Mayhew
11. The Securitization of Foreign Aid: Trends, Explanations and Prospects; Stephen Brown, Jörn Grävingholt and Rosalind Raddatz