'This is a fascinating and informative book: nothing less than a new guide to modern development cooperation. It shows us how the fight against poverty works in a world barreling towards multipolarity. It foretells a new paradigm based on the experiences of the old and the new approaches of the emerging economies in the world Provocative and challenging.'
Bert Koenders, UN Undersecretary General and former Minister of Development Cooperation, The Netherlands
'With some large emerging economies assuming an active role alongside traditional 'donors', global development discourse has become more contentious. Featuring top experts from seven countries, this excellent collection reflects these debates. It also explores what values and institutions might realistically coordinate the development efforts of disparate partners which might otherwise impede, cancel or duplicate one another.'
Thomas Pogge, Leitner Professor of Philosophy and International Affairs, Yale University
'This book describes the political vision changing the lives of millions in Latin America. It is a manual of thrilling example for us all.'