Büyükbaş, Hakkı; Ören, Kenan
September 2004
Ekev Academic Review;Fall2004, Vol. 8 Issue 21, p215
Academic Journal
In this study, the approach of the USA to the development issues of the Third World countries through multilateral economic organizations of United Nations has been overviewed in outlines. One of the priorities of the USA, after the World War II, was that of integrating the Third World countries into the liberal international economic order initiated and led by the USA. The USA used UN multilateral organizations as a tool to be able to integrate the Third World Countries into the liberal international economic order.


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