Under a rather grandiloquent title, a dozen good scholars, who are sympathetic to the aims of the developing countries, analyze the "global negotiations" for a New International Economic Order that have produced so few results. They recommend changed priorities, new tactics, and shifts in approaches to international organizations. This is far superior to most books on this much-written-about subject.
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