Who Must Pay for the Damage of the Global Financial Crisis?
In 2009 the President of the UN General Assembly organised an ambitious conference to deal with the effects of the global financial crisis on developing countries. The draft document for the conference called for a coordinated $3 trillion �Global Stimulus for Restructuring and Survival�, intended to �help address the strains posed by economic downturn on the poor� and �lay the basis for a new economy based on human needs, human rights and human security�.1 This bold idea did not survive the...[Show more]
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