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17 Feb 2012
289

Since 2009, the Australian Government, through AusAID, and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) have been funding a project in Cambodia to rehabilitate and privatise the railway system.

The project is pitched as an economic driver for Cambodia in which the poor will, in some...

Report

6 May 2008
82

After five years, much uncertainty remains in the Solomon Islands over the future of the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands - RAMSI. As a security force it still enjoys broad support, but there are serious local objections to its role and its semi-permanent nature...

Report

9 Aug 2007
147

Australia's involvement in the war on Iraq is one of the most controversial issues in the recent history of Australia foreign policy. This report documents Australian interference in the Iraqi economy and it's political institutions, interference that has advantaged Australian commercial interests to the detriment...

Report

29 May 2007
76

Australian politicians are out of step when it comes to community concerns about aid. Aid/Watch's survey of Federal Parliamentarians and community members on their knowledge and opinions on Australian aid, has found a pronounced polarity between politician's preferences for benefiting the national interest and public...

Report

29 May 2007
413

Flint Duxfield and Kate Wheen take a microscope to Australia's aid budget and reveal that upwards of a billion dollars in Australia's aid fails to contribute to meaningful poverty reduction in aid recipient countries.

Widespread structural flaws in Australia's aid program reveal serious problems...

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