The 1955 Asian-African Conference in Bandung, Indonesia was a turning point in the construction of a post-colonial international political order. However, the complete and final overthrow of colonialism was not achieved. Instead, neocolonialism rose to take its place and became firmly rooted in most of the Global South.
We need a new Bandung Conference and a strong Global South to put on the agenda a total post-colonial reality that will determine the architecture of a new global restructuring.
There is a real need to put first what was put last in order to remove the costs to the disadvantaged and create an opportunity for an equal partnership on the principle of mutual benefit to anchor all relationships among all nations on earth.