Special Cases

  • Guy Arnold


During the 1990s attitudes of indifference or hostility, accompanied by a determination to manage or punish, increasingly marred the relations of North and South, with foreign ministers and ministers responsible for aid in the North lecturing and hectoring the South for its shortcomings. This is not a healthy relationship but most indications in 1992 suggested that it would become worse. Certain countries in the South, though for very different reasons, help to highlight this deteriorating North-South dialogue. Three — Libya, Somalia and South Africa — are worth looking at in some detail.


Security Council Foreign Minister Compassion Fatigue South African Government Treaty Obligation 
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Notes and References

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    Young, Hugo, One of Us Macmillan, 1989, p.475.Google Scholar
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    Independent 27 November 1991.Google Scholar
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    Independent 29 November 1991.Google Scholar
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    Rowland, R. W. (‘Tiny’), Observer 28 June 1992.Google Scholar
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    Independent 3 August 1992.Google Scholar
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    Independent 7 August 1992.Google Scholar
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    Observer 16 August 1992.Google Scholar
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    Independent 6 August 1992.Google Scholar
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    Independent 12 August 1992.Google Scholar
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    Independent 22 August 1992.Google Scholar
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    Independent 5 September 1992.Google Scholar
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    Independent 16 July 1992.Google Scholar

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© Guy Arnold 1993

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