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Umberto Tulli

from twenty-one to thirty-two, it became an arena for North–South confrontation, with developing countries having the power to impose their agenda on the Commission. A similar development took place in the General Assembly, where Third World countries’ numerical superiority was indisputable. The adoption of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination in 1965 inaugurated an era in which Third World countries set the UN agenda. By 1974, more than 10 per cent of all General Assembly resolutions attacked apartheid and other forms of racial

in A precarious equilibrium