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Development policy affects human rights in manifold ways. For example, trade agreements can have an adverse impact on the rights to health or food by making essential medicines or goods less accessible or available. Or large-scale investment projects influence indigenous rights when they entail...
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Foreign aid has often been considered as one aspect of the world-wide confrontation between East and West and one might therefore wonder to what extent the neutral European countries have an aid policy of their own reflecting their status of non-alignment. The following article tries to give an...
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The disparities between the economies of developing countries and those of industrialised nations are still widening. How can the economic process in the developing countries be accelerated as soon as possible? The following article examines this decisive question.
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It has contributed a great deal to the problems of many young and inexperienced African states that they have been thrust into an advanced international economic, social and political system. They are expected to fit into this system, although they are sometimes lacking the level of development...
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On July 27,1971, the Commission of the European Communities has submitted a memorandum on a Joint European development policy to the governments of the EEC's member states. It has thereby called for a beginning of the discussion on cooperative action by the Communities also in the field of...
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What is the new problem of the so called "Bangla Desh"? Is it a real revolt of the East Pakistanis against the West Pakistanis or is it rather a strife between India and Pakistan? These are some of the questions arising from the Indo-Pakistan conflict.
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It is the group of LDCs whose reserves of indigenous energy are so small that they desperately need sizeable imports of oil, but which do not have sufficient other resources to earn the necessary foreign currency for their oil imports, that is suffering most under the economic changes which came...
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