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Nivia-Ruiz, F., & Ramos Héndez, I. (2015). Balance on the International Cooperation for Development given and received by Colombia: Coherence between goals and outcomes in the period 2010 – 2014. Cooperacion, 2(1), 93–124. https://doi.org/10.21500/23825014.2234
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Historically, Colombia has been recognized as a traditional Official Development Assistance's receptor in Latin America, mainly oriented towards the global fight against drugs. In recent years and particularly in the period 2010 - 2014, Colombia established a serie of goals on international cooperation which go even further in order to diversify its role and improve its international position and leadership. Within this new framework, Colombia moved toward the accomplish of their ODA's goals, but also pursuing outcomes related to South - South Cooperation, Triangular Cooperation, and International Assistance according to the National Development Plan and the National Strategy of International Cooperation existing mandates. Although the progresses have been significant, even greater challenges remain for the international cooperation given and offered by Colombia at the glimpsed scenario of post-conflict.



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