Towards One World?: International Responses to the Brandt Report

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Towards One World?: International Responses to the Brandt Report

Edited by the Friedrich Ebert Foundation
Temple Smith, 1981
381 pp.
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The responses, 42 in number, are brief commentaries (most written for this volume) by statesmen, scholars, international administrators and others from all over the world. Their opinions converge and conflict, overlap and intersect. Some praise the Brandt Report; others take issue with it; still others go off on a tangent. As a whole, they demonstrate that, primarily because it is a program for action, the Report has advanced the North-South dialogue, but also that "one world" is nowhere on the horizon.

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