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Arti Ahluwalia
The World Challenge by Jean Jacques Servan-Schreiber Collins, London, 1982, 302 pp., price not indi¬cated
Sept-Oct 1982, volume 7, No 2

The threat of a global crisis, specially on the economic front, looms large over the world today. The former industrial giants are no longer in the happy position of dic¬tating the ways of the world. This is primarily due to the emergence of another force on the world stage, which has begun to assert its rights—and, more important, has acquired the bargaining power to do so. This force emanates from the oil-exporting coun¬tries of the Third World Jean-Jacques Servan Schreiber’s The World Challenge analyses this crucial state of the world, while also suggesting remedies for some of the ailments that plague it. The book, Schreiber states,
is aimed at informing the general public of a few truths which are changing the horizon, but have not yet penetrated our minds. If we do not change man’s view of the world and its future, we cannot hope to change reality.

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