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Also, after the events of 11 September 2001, the US administration began to court diplomatic support for its global campaign against terrorism, and was conscious of criticism of its increasingly unilateralist tendencies and weak aid contribution to ‘international burden sharing’. 02 per cent going to the least developed countries, the US compares unfavourably with all other DAC donors, despite regaining from Japan the position of largest donor). Moreover, even modest promises are not always kept (in July 2003 the relevant US House of Representatives sub-committee trimmed the administration’s aid appropriations request, but reapportioned AIDS funding to the UN Global Fund), and look insignificant compared to the challenge posed by world poverty or in relation to US defence expenditures or OECD domestic agricultural subsidies.
Even contributions such as the suggestion that the World Bank has undergone a ‘tragic deterioration’,3 and is now in crisis, can be interpreted in a positive light. They reflect the somewhat myopic position of right-wing bankers and economic purists, expressing regret for defensible Bank initiatives to consult representatives of poor communities, incorporate competent NGOs in the policy process, and address gender and environmental considerations – developments that many aid supporters believe can be profoundly beneficial.
H. Hansen and F. Tarp (eds) (2004) Debt Relief for Poor Countries, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan for UNU-WIDER. , G. Mavrotas and M. McGillivray (2005a) ‘Aid, Debt Relief, and New Sources of Finance for Meeting the Millennium Development Goals’, Journal of International Affairs, 58(2): 113–27. , G. Mavrotas and M. McGillivray (2005b) ‘Development Assistance and Development Finance’, Journal of International Development, 17: 819–36. -E. and G. Mavrotas (2006) ‘On the Empirics of Aid and Growth: A Fresh Look’, WIDER Research Paper 2006/05, Helsinki: UNU-WIDER.