International Affairs
1 April 2015 , Volume 71, Number 2

Money laundering and terrorism curbs have severed vital remittance channels which account for more than all foreign aid


Laura Hammond is Reader and Head of Development Studies, SOAS University of London


A money transfer shop in Hargeisa. Somalis recieve up to $2 billion a year in remittances. Photo: Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images

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