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Arab Spring “for democracy” in Algeria, Sudan, Libya – the beginning of new civil wars? Dr. Jonathan Spyer, Middle East Forum

The current instability in Algeria, Sudan and Libya has led to some excited western media coverage heralding a second chapter of the Arab Spring. Those celebrating should be careful what they wish for. The Arab uprisings of 2010-11 and the subsequent years began with great hope but with the partial exception of Tunisia, left only strife, war and state fragmentation ... Read More »

The African Union blamed Norway for South Sudan Civil War 2013: Foreign Aid used Politically to Further Norway’s ambitions abroad

Norway’s role in the politization of NGOs and using foreign aid as a means to control African countries has received much criticism over the years. Remarkably little of this harsh criticism is reflected in the mainstream Norwegian media. The Norwegian involvement in South Sudan, both in setting up the state and consequently the following civil war is an excellent case ... Read More »

Norge, verdenskjent for taktikken å dele ut bistand for å kjøpe innflytelse – Se Terje Tvedt 2003, Herland Report

At bistandspenger så aktivt brukes som politisk pressmiddel i fattige land er en av Norges mest mislykkede prosjekter de senere årene. Bruken av norske NGOs til å presse frem norske interesser, gjør bistandsfeltet til kanskje Norges mest aktive bidrag til korrupsjon verden over. Det gjelder Syria, afrikanske land, politikken med rause pengeutdelinger til Brasil og så videre. Penger deles lemfeldig ... Read More »

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