This article discusses the relationship between the international debt crisis and global poverty. The author argues for an expansion of coordinated international effort, bolstered by fundamental principles of public international law, to address global poverty by substantially reducing the foreign-denominated debt owed by developing countries to modernized countries and financial institutions.
International Debt Forgiveness and Global Poverty Reduction,
27 Fordham Urb. L.J. 1711
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