Foreign Aid on Target

October 1976
National Review;10/29/1976, Vol. 28 Issue 41, p1166
The article presents the statement submitted by the U.S. delegation to the United Nations General Assembly on October 5, 1976. The statement presents the U.S. policy on foreign aid to developing countries. The statement points out that it is not the responsibility of the U.S. to lend economic assistance to developing countries. It reiterates that the U.S. would not be willing to establish economic relations with developing countries that are not willing to resist the imperialistic tendencies of communism.


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