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A política de Cooperação para o Desenvolvimento no contexto da crise económica do século XXI: o caso português

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A política de Cooperação para o Desenvolvimento enquanto “campo” de conhecimento capaz de se articular com o impacto da aplicação das políticas públicas nos países em desenvolvimento, é nos dias de hoje, uma das áreas mais importantes no âmbito das relações internacionais. Suscetível a fatores externos e internos, a Cooperação tem sido confrontada com a grave crise económica que afeta o sistema mundial, não sendo por acaso que os países recetores da Ajuda Internacional tenham sido os mais afetados. Considerado como um dos cenários mais dramáticos por Peter Wahl (2008) a Cooperação clama por uma solução junto dos parceiros internacionais. É, portanto, crucial entendermos o impacto que a crise económica teve na política de Cooperação não num contexto global, mas no contexto específico português. Desta forma, pretende-se mostrar até que ponto a política de Cooperação Portuguesa tem sido afetada e de que forma tem penalizado (nas suas relações de Cooperação) países como Guiné-Bissau, Cabo Verde, Moçambique e S. Tomé e Príncipe. Para isso, a investigação, alicerçar-se-á nas prioridades estabelecidas, nos planos de governos e nos investimentos concedidos pelo IPAD (presentes nos quadros do Diário da República) desde 2008.

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  • Raquel Faria, 2012. "A política de Cooperação para o Desenvolvimento no contexto da crise económica do século XXI: o caso português," CEsA Working Papers 109, CEsA - Center of African, Asian and Latin American Studies.
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    cooperação para o desenvolvimento portuguesa; política portuguesa; crise económica;

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