What Is the Brandt Line?


The Brandt Line is a visual depiction of the North-South divide of their economies. It was proposed by Willy Brandt in the 1970s. The north south divide is a socio-economic and political division that exists between the wealthy developed countries, known as 'the north', and the poorer developing countries of the south.
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The Brandt Line was a line, proposed by former German Chancellor Willy Brandt and others in the 1970's and 1980's, depicting the North-South divide between the developed countries
Hmm, now this is a bit difficult - you see I'm a German user, and Brandt is a well established German company since 1912. The English Wiki only contains a stub, the German Wiki has
The "Brandt Line" refers to a visual depiction of the premise of the North-South divide as outlined in the Brandt Report (1980), named for the former West German Chancellor
The Brandt Line is used to divide the world according to economic status. It divides the world into the Rich North and Poor South. It is not an equal split since there are anomolies
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A Brandt line is a theoretical demarcation line created by German Chancellor Willy Brandt that depicts the economical divide between the North and the South. It portrays how the Southern hemisphere economies are less prosperous than the Northern hemisphere. Brandt line encircles the world at a latitude of 30° N.
The brandt line is an economic division between the wealthy developed countries of the north, and generally poorer and least developed countries of the south. The North is the home to four of the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council and G8.
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