The Demolition Men: The U.S. and the Crisis of Neutrality in Southeast Asia

Authors

  • Keith M. Buchanan

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-014-10-1963-02_6

Keywords:

Imperialism

Abstract

"The further extension of the non-committed area of the world constitutes the only possible and indispensable alternative to the policy of total division of the world into blocs and intensification of cold war policies." This is the voice of the nonaligned nations assembled at Belgrade in 1961, and it speaks to all those nations of the Third World—the impoverished, the weak and the backward—whose prospects of economic emergence, even of national survival, are jeopardized by their involvement in the geo-strategies of the Great Powers.

Published

1963-02-06

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