In December 1979 the International Commission on International Development Issues completed a document — North-South: A Programme for Survival — generally known as The Brandt Report (BR). This exceptionally comprehensive report surveys the record of development in the 1970s and looks at a large number of proposals for modifications of international trade, aid and financial arrangements. Some were novel, but most are familiar to those acquainted with the North-South negotiations 1975–7 in the framework of the Conference on International Economic Co-operation (CIEC) and with subsequent debates in the main international organisations. BR, understandably in view of its purpose, aimed at a very wide audience and opted for brevity. A companion volume of papers discussed by the Commission as a background to producing BR has subsequently been published and is helpful in clarifying the nature of some of the proposals (see Brandt Commission, 1981).
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