The issue of Third World debt must be seen as one aspect, and by no means the most important, of the wider and more threatening problem of global disequilibrium. The world’s leaders and their advisers have not so far addressed this problem with the necessary historical understanding or with a firm grasp of clear principles. Indeed, they have still to recognize and define the global interests involved, interests that have long required purposeful action. If they were to do this, it would become clear that any solution to the complex of problems involves collective responsibility, which in turn means that all major countries would accept risks and potential costs in order to protect their joint interests.
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- World Disequilibrium and Third World Debt
Harold Lord Lever
- Palgrave Macmillan UK
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