Britain has a new aid strategy. But has it got its priorities right?

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GEG Senior Research Associate, Nilima Gulrajani, recently published an article on Britain's aid strategy in the Guardian. 

The piece focuses on the Government's narrative that UK aid is now about helping the world’s poor, and advancing national security and prosperity. It explores two reasons why these strategies are unpopular and may undermine DfID's previous work and reputation.

Read the entire article here