The monograph describes basic problems of third world countries. First, it
characterizes the third world countries, their social-economic differentiation,
their place in the world economy, including three developing world regions:
Latin America, Asia and Africa.
Following that, it investigates large problems plaguing the developing regions,
which means the population problem and the related food problem. The
industrial progress as a basic precondition of passive development of the third
world countries closely relates to the availability of energy and raw natural
resources. These and many other activities have not only a positive but also
a negative influence, in the first place at the quality of the environment. The
founding principle of positive evolution of the world and the third world countries
is especially a manageable development. In the publication, this manageable
development closes a widely conceived radius of fundamental problems
of this highly important part of the world.