Reshaping the International Order
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In October the third report to the Club of Rome was published under the title Reshaping the International Order (RIO).1 It was formulated by a group of about twenty experts from developing as well as developed countries, including one from Romania. The initiative to undertake this study of the international order was taken by the Club of Rome Board, especially by its chairman Dr Aurelio Peccei and the study was financed by the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs at the initiative of the Minister for Development Cooperation, Jan Pronk. The report was presented to the Club of Rome in a meeting at Algiers, hosted by the Algerian Government, 25–28 October 1976.
Summary of the RIO Report of the Club of Rome