Foreign Aid & Development
(see also Arms Trade, Globalization, Cultural Imperialism, American Empire, Militarization of Foreign Policy)
On the Web: Specialized Sites
Cassidy, John. "Always with us?" New Yorker (4/11/05):72-77. Review essay on Sachs, The End of Poverty.
Editors of The Nation. "Saving the world: the limits of humanitarianism [interview with David Rieff & Brian Urquhart]," Nation (5/119/97):11-18.
In the Library: Non-Fiction Books
Hartung, William D. Corporate Welfare for Weapons Makers: The Hidden Costs of Spending on Defense & Foreign Aid (Washington: Cato Institute, 1999).
Hayter, Teresa. Aid as Imperialism (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1971). Early critical discussion of IMF, World Bank, USAID, IADB & Alliance for Progress, as they had affected Latin America in 60s.
Hensman, C.R. Rich Against Poor: The Reality of Aid (Cambridge MA: Schenkman, 1971).
Lappé, Frances Moore; Rachel Schurman & Kevin Danaher. Betraying the National Interest (NY: Grove, 1987). How US foreign aid threatens global security by undermining the political & economic stability of the Third World.
Rostow, Walt Whitman. The Stages of Economic Growth: A Non-Communist Manifesto (NY: Cambridge, 1965).
Jeffrey Sachs. The End of Poverty: Economic Possibilities for Our Time (NY: Penguin, 2005).
Sachs, Wolfgang (ed.) The Development Dictionary (London: Zed, 1992).
Thomas, Alan with Ben Crow, Robin Jenkins & Judy Kimble. Third World Atlas  (Buckingham: Open University, 1994).
Tomasevski, Katarina. Development Aid & Human Rights: A Study for the Danish Center of Human Rights (NY: St. Martin's, 1989).
__________. Development Aid & Human Rights Revisited (NY: Pinter, 1993).
__________. Between Sanctions & Elections: Aid Donors & their Human Rights Performance (London: Pinter, 1997).