Egypt Institute Journal (Vol. 2 – Issue 5) / studies
Political Conditionality and Good Governance
The study addresses a major problem based on the fact that: with the multiple conditions imposed by donor countries and institutions for development assistance, whether economic conditions (as those that emerged during the seventies and eighties of the twentieth century), political conditions (as those that emerged during the nineties of the same century), conditions related to adoption of the Millennium Development Goals with the beginning of the twenty-first century, conditions related to the adoption of post-conditionality policies (during the last ten years) on the one hand, and to the multiple financial and economic crises and establishment of corruption and tyranny systems in many countries of the world during the last three decades, reached the climax during the last ten years. On the other hand, a question arises about the controversy of the relationship between conditionality and post-conditionality policies and what are the criteria for good governance?