Sovereign Debt, Human Rights, and Policy Conditionality
International policies often make the conferral of aid, debt relief, or additional trading opportunities to a country depend upon its having successfully implemented specific policies, achieved certain social or economic outcomes, or demonstrated a commitment to conducting itself in specified ways. Such policies are conditionality arrangements.My aim in this article is to explore whether conditionality arrangements that would make the conferral of debt relief depend on whether the debtor...[Show more]
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