Throughout the 1970s the North-South dialogue was dominated by the debate about global negotiations to oversee massive resource transfers from North to South, the debate about a central role for commodity agreements to augment the export earnings of Southern nations. and the debate about the creation of international regulations and codes to prevent the exploitation of the South by the North via the mechanism of the latter's transnational corporations,
Moran, Theodore H.
"North-South Relations in the 1980s,"
Naval War College Review: Vol. 35
, Article 5.
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