L'annulation de la dette du tiers Monde

The crisis that erupted in 2008 in the North has passed on all continents, Africa in mind. Most developing countries are heavily indebted and their financial resources, amputated up to the repayment of debt, do not always meet the basic needs of their populations, despite the promises of debt cancellation made by the major donors international.
This raises the question of the effectiveness of various initiatives implemented at international level to address the problem of indebtedness of the South, including the IMF and World Bank are the conductors. To what extent the international lenders have changed their strategy for debt relief?
The controversy surrounding the doctrine of odious debt is placed at the heart of the debate by NGOs. But states and international financial organizations like the World Bank attempt to discredit them.
In Belgium, the concept of audit Third World debt had been at the heart of a resolution adopted by the Senate March 29, 2007. More than two years after the adoption of this text, the government, including the concessional component had abstained from voting on the resolution, and ignores completely aligned with the positions of the Paris Club.
What is the position taken by Belgium in the IMF and World Bank, where his weight is relatively large? What is its flexibility regarding its bilateral claims on developing countries? Renaud Vivien seeks to illuminate the many challenges of these issues.


Paperback - In French 12.40 €

Specifications


Publisher
CRISP - Centre de Recherche et d'Information Socio-Politiques
Title Part
Numéro 2046
Author
Renaud Vivien,
Collection
Courrier hebdomadaire.
ISSN
00089664
Language
French
Publisher Category
Economics and Social Sciences
Onix Audience Codes
06 Professional and scholarly
Title First Published
01 January 2010
Original Language
English

Paperback


Publication Date
2010
Extent
Main content page count : 77
Code
0008966420102046
Dimensions
20 x 27 x 0.5 cm
Weight
186 grams
List Price
12.40 €
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