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Psychological dimensions of internation dependency
Am J Psychiatry 1975;132:428-431.
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The author analyzes the psychological consequences of international dependency, advancing 13 propositions as clues for a heuristic understanding of the dynamics of dependent relationships between nations. He believes that these relationships must be understood before they can be improved. The author proposes coequal alliances and multinational aid as desirable alternatives to existing political- economic-military strategies.

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