New Internationalist

Articles by Jonathan Glennie

As the cuts bite, why bother with the global South?

Jonathan Glennie opens our Internationalists series, calling on rich nations to reject nagging stinginess and embrace radical redistribution across borders.

  • October 17, 2013
  • 2

Colombia: will peace prevail?

As guerrilla army FARC enter formal talks with government, Colombians are optimistic about an end to civil war, reports Jonathan Glennie.

  • November 1, 2012
  • 0

The case for real aid

Jonathan Glennie takes on both the aid optimists and the pessimists.

  • September 1, 2009
  • 0

About Jonathan Glennie

Contributor - Jonathan Glennie

Jonathan Glennie was hired by ODI (Overseas Development Institute) in 2010 to lead the organisation's research and policy advice on the future of development cooperation. He is now an independent consultant and writer. Previously he worked for Christian Aid, first as a policy adviser on development finance (where he helped develop some of the now-ubiquitous critique of international tax policy), and then as country director in Colombia, working on land rights and displacement.

In 2008 he published The Trouble with Aid: Why less could mean more for Africa (Zed Books) and now writes an occasional column for The Guardian's Global Development website. He has degrees in Theology and Sustainable Development.

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