Thursday, 2 December 1999

From "Third World debt"

By Stuart Corbride (in Companion to development studies p. 480).

Africa's debts might not matter much in the overall scheme of things (except to the countries concerned), but with the ending of the old War there is little evidence to suggest that Africa "itself" matters much today. Inaction is then a corollary of "unimportance."

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