ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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ALGIERS-Advance on Lusaka

Advance on Lusaka Harish Chandola SINCE the Lusaka summit meeting in 1970, there has been an attempt to divide the camp of the non-aligned countries by suggesting that there were various groups within it; that there were Arab interests, Latin American interests, African interests and Asian interests; and that the groups representing these interests tried to secure advantages for themselves by utilising the non-aligned forum and seeking its commitment to one cause or the other. There was also the theory that the Arab and African states came to the non-aligned conferences well organised and with definite ideas, and since the Asian countries did not hold consultations among themselves for evolving a common stand at the summit, the others took advantage of it and succeeded in focusing the attention of the conference and the world on African and Arab issues.

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