This important book explores the various ways in which new international and transnational forces--especially multilateral financial agencies, humanitarian relief organizations, and northern NGOs--are shaping the development state in Sri Lanka. The new circles of power that are being drawn by them are playing a substantial role not only in reorganizing the political economy of the country, but also in integrating it into a new cultural and ideological order through the creation of transnational networks. Presenting a view from the `South`on global society, this insightful book presents a critical yet sympathetic examination of the new forces that are shaping societies in developing countries.
The Many Faces of Security in Sri Lanka
Good Governance and the New Aid Regime
Partnership in Development and NGOs: A Critique of Donor Conceptions
Sovereignty and Humanitarian Relief Organizations