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What is missing in the multilayered governance alternative is a sense of why politics matters. Where ofﬁcial aid agencies and international ﬁnancial institutions currently claim to intervene in poor countries in the name of development or in the name of the poor, they face the same criticisms as past colonial rulers: they cannot claim to be representatives of recipient country populations and they cannot be held accountable by them. The very idea that external actors can create ownership hints at the way that, in deﬁning ownership as commitment to externally deﬁned reform agendas, donors have denuded the concept of the key source of its progressive content: its potential to attach to popular aspirations.
In International Relations in Political Thought: Texts from the Ancient Greeks to the First World War, eds. C. Brown, T. Nardin, and N. J. Rengger (2002) (pp. 486–93). Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. Morrissey, O. and Verschoor, A. 2006. What Does Ownership Mean in Practice? In The IMF, World Bank and Policy Reform, eds. A. Paloni and M. Zanardi. London, Routledge, 276–91. , and Toye, J. 1991. Aid and Power: The World Bank and Policy-Based Lending. First ed. Vol. 1. London, Routledge. Nelson, J.
J. S. Mill famously limited his argument for non-intervention in the case of ‘barbarous’ peoples. Although the language jars now, this is a qualiﬁcation worth noting because many of the contemporary arguments against Mill’s general principle of non-intervention also draw on arguments about the nature of reason and will in African societies that relate to Mill’s deﬁnition of barbarism. Our disagreement in this chapter is with widespread contemporary characterization of Africans as ‘less reasoning’.