The Brandt Proposals: A Report Card

  The Brandt Commission put numerous issues on the global agenda, demonstrating their interrelation, and urging the world to link them in all future discussion and planning. The international community has had more than a little time to respond. Stakeholders of the world deserve an appraisal of how we've fared – measurable results that provide a glimpse of where global society may be heading. What follows is an update of the major Brandt proposals, along with a brief evaluation of the issues. A grade is also assigned at the end of each action item, holding everyone to account for our twenty-year progress toward the Brandt objectives.
Armaments and Security
Energy and the Environment
Technology and Corporations
Money and Finance
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About the Brandt Commission
Biography: Willy Brandt

Members of the Independent Commission on International Development Issues (ICIDI)
Willy Brandt (Chair)
Abdlatif Y. Al-Hamad (Kuwait)
Rodrigo Botero Montoya (Columbia)
Antoine Kipsa Dakouré (Upper Volta)
Eduardo Frei Montalva (Chile)
Katherine Graham (USA)
Edward Heath (UK)
Amir H. Jamal (Tanzania)
Lakshmi Kant Jha (India)
Khatijah Ahmad (Malaysia)
Adam Malik (Indonesia)
Haruki Mori (Japan)
Joe Morris (Canada)
Olof Palme (Sweden)
Peter G. Peterson (USA)
Edgard Pisani (France)
Shridath Ramphal (Guyana)
Layachi Yaker (Algeria)

Ex officio Members
Jan Pronk
Goran Ohlin
Dragoslav Avramovic

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