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The United Nations’ Role in the Evolution of Technical Cooperation among Developing Countries, South-South Cooperation, and Triangular Cooperation: Real or Cosmetic Approaches to Development Cooperation?

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Authors
Denis NkalaYejin Kim
Issue Date
2022-03-01
Citation
Asian Journal of Peacebuilding, Vol.10 No.1, pp. 45-59
Keywords
Bandung ConferenceBuenos Aires Plan of Action (BAPA)Joint
Inspection Unit (JIU)
South-South cooperation (SSC) and triangular
cooperation (TrC)
technical cooperation among developing countries
(TCDC)
United Nations Development System (UNDS)
Abstract
Various parts of the United Nations (UN) system have been part of the definition
and implementation of technical cooperation among developing countries (TCDC),
South-South cooperation (SSC) and triangular cooperation (TrC) over the years
since the Buenos Aires Plan of Action of 1978 (BAPA). This paper will take the
view that there is a perception that South-South and triangular cooperation have
not achieved their potential to be transformative because accompanying changes
needed for the modalities have not been pursued fully and thus these development
modalities seemingly remain largely cosmetic. To respond to this perception, the
authors will review what was expected of the United Nations development systems
(UNDS) from Bandung to Buenos Aires and what has been achieved since noting
the constraints of lack of data and measurement.
ISSN
2288-2707
Language
English
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/184151
DOI
https://doi.org/10.18588/202205.00a264
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