A Call for a New American Diplomacy

March 1975
America;3/22/1975, Vol. 132 Issue 11, p203
The article focuses on the emergence of a new majority mostly composed of Third World nations which provoked a range of varied reactions in the United Nations General Assembly session. U.S. Ambassador Daniel Patrick Moynihan who returned from India blames the isolated position of the U.S. in disregarding the Third World's resentments. Moynihan states that the situation calls for a new American diplomacy in the U.S., which he defines role as one of loyal opposition to the new majority.


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