Two aid hegemons: Japanese-US interaction and aid allocation to Latin America and the Caribbean

@article{Katada1997TwoAH,
  title={Two aid hegemons: Japanese-US interaction and aid allocation to Latin America and the Caribbean},
  author={S. Katada},
  journal={World Development},
  year={1997},
  volume={25},
  pages={931-945}
}
  • S. Katada
  • Published 1997
  • Political Science
  • World Development
Abstract Foreign aid serves many purposes. By analyzing Japan's aid-giving behavior to Latin America and the Caribbean during 1971–1991, I found that the Japanese government has pursued various goals using its foreign aid flows to Latin America; it has 1. (a) served its own political and economic interests in the region, 2. (b) collaborated with the United States in support of US maintenance of power and dominance in the region, especially in the sphere of political and security issues, and 3… Expand
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