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By Dawa Norbu

Nationalism in particular political platforms mixed with a theoretical framework that pulls out its common value. Ten case reports from South Asia, the center East, Latin the United States and Europe specialize in neighborhood cultural components.

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There the Third World nations confronted the developed nations, as a unified group, demanding certain economic reforms in the world economic order: price stabilization and better prices for primary products, market access for manufactured goods from developing nations and greater financial flows from the rich to the poor nations. At the conference a caucus was formed of 77 underdeveloped nations, subsequently called the Group of 77. Throughout the 1960s the Group of 77 formulated and expanded a distinct Third World perspective on the global economic situation, calling for a unified response from the Third World on development and trade.

MacIver is even more emphatic. ‘Nations are neither linguistic nor political nor biological but spiritual unities’ (1955:123). A recent work, though based on the Deutschian model, gives a similar definition: ‘nationality, nation-ness as well as nationalism are cultural artefacts of a particular kind’ (Anderson 1983:13). This school makes nationalism tantamount to neo-traditionalism which is, to be sure, an aspect of modern nationalism as we shall demonstrate. But it ignores the post-French Revolution ideological dimension of modern nationalism.

Moreover, it was Third World pressure that made UNCTAD directly responsible to the General Assembly rather than to the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) in which the Third World nations did not yet have a voting majority. UNCTAD-II held in New Delhi (1968) echoed the themes of UNCTADI but made concrete proposals for the implementation of UNCTAD-I recommendations. UNCTAD-III held in Santiago (1972) made two new demands: (a) the international monetary order; (b) control of the multinational corporations.

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