An unsustainable burden of debt afflicts the peoples of Sub-Saharan Africa. Part 5
In Sub-Saharan Africa, where health spending and human development levels are in a dramatic state, there is a stronger case than ever for unilateral suspensions of debt payments based on arguments recognized in international law; such as state of necessity and fundamental change of circumstances.
Latin America and the Caribbean are facing a serious debt crisis Part 4
The series continues with analyses of how indebtedness developed in other regions of the Global South.
Developing countries in the stranglehold of debt. Part 3
The coronavirus pandemic and other aspects of the multidimensional crisis of global capitalism are enough to fully justify suspending debt repayment. Indeed priority must be given to protecting people against ecological, economic and public health disasters.