Monthly Archives: September 2015

Refugees from Eritrea – at the bottom of the pyramid?

There is no better symbol of the failure of the Eritrean state than the hundred of thousands of refugees fleeing the country. They are not fleeing because of civil war, Islamic terrorism or extreme poverty. People flee because they want … Continue reading

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Development aid – still in its infancy?

The traditional aid model – a resource transfer from North to South – is outdated. A new geography of poverty is emerging. Two-thirds of the poorest people in the world live in middle-income countries. Many development countries are becoming less … Continue reading

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