The View from the Third World
National development revolves around economics, yet is fundamentally political. The New International Economic Order sought by developing countries certainly concerns issues of trade but essentially seeks a just order of economic affairs in which both rich and poor countries have rights of decision. The pursuit of development is the search for and assertion of both political and economic sovereignty in the state system. This basic direction permeates the various Third World states’ perception of proliferation.
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