American University Law Review, Vol. 24, Nos. 4-5 (Summer 1975), pp. 1173-1174


The tensions which exist between the need of producers of primary products to obtain a reasonable price and the need of the industrial consumers to be assured of sufficient amounts of primary products must be brought under control through institutions and legal rules that will reshape confrontation into negotiation and then, perhaps, even into cooperation. Only international planning within the framework of generally acceptable rules and institutions will bring about the type of stability that will largely depoliticize international economic relations.