Jackson, Robert
October 1958
Foreign Affairs;Oct58, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p54
This article explains that the developed countries of the West know the essential needs of the less developed countries in Africa and Asia. It is evident that those in the West have the resources which could satisfy those needs: resources which would not only secure the West's survival but also provide fresh hope and new security for the people in these less fortunate lands. The West does not regard it as a vital issue affecting national security and as a potential threat to the preservation of peace. As each day goes by and still the West fails to respond, the attitude of governments and people in the developing countries changes, slowly and imperceptibly but relentlessly away from the West.


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