Wednesday, 1 December 1999

From "The Economic Factor in International Relations"

By Economides & Wilson, p. 135.

Structural adjustment programmes attach specific conditions to aid, which go far beyond attempting to induce change in one particular sphere of the recipient's domestic or external behaviour. Adjustments have to be made in a range of policy areas that have increasingly come to reflect the principles and values of Western liberal democracies, and their economic systems.

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