Includes bibliographical references (p. -307) and index.
|Other titles||Non Aligned Movement and third world development dilemma in the post-cold war era|
|LC Classifications||HC800 .R34 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 315 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||315|
|LC Control Number||00372163|
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The paper has focused on historical development of Cold War, its proliferation in the Third World and the diplomacy of Cold War. One would not find it difficult to conclude that weaker nations of the world especially those fearing external aggression felt much more secure during Cold War era, thanks to their alignment with one or the other. This means that Third World countries have to increasingly bear the burden of refugee problems since resettlement possibilities are constricting to a mere shadow of what they were during the Cold War. Platform of Third World nations-Third world countries fighting against sociological- economical problems since they have been exploited for a long time by other developed nation, after the end of colonization their new motives is to look forward to development. In this situation, NAM acted as a protector for these new formed small countries. (i) The ‘third option’ i.e., not to join either alliance benefitted the growth of Third World countries during the peak of the Cold War. Most of the non-aligned countries were the Least Developed Countries(LDCs). The challenge before them was to be more developed economically and to lift their people out of poverty.
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