Scanned copy of Globe & Mail editorial of May 9, 1983.
…the Aga Khan has a seriousness of purpose and it was much in evidence during his recent visit to Canada. He came to this country as both a spiritual leader and a philanthropist, bringing a message of special relevance to the slowly-evolving relationship between the North and the South.
…The Harvard-educated prince, reared in both Eastern and Western traditions, is a dedicated bridge-builder between North and South. In a recent interview with this newspaper, he warned: “Unless a continuous, problem-oriented discussion about the practical issues of development of the Third World continuous and unless good, effective solutions are found, the majority of the world in the next 10 to 25 years is going to be increasingly unstable and demanding.
Courtesy thanks, one of the many readers/fans of Ismaili Mail blog. Please refer the original date when you share the blog post. The article was published in honour of His Highness the Aga Khan and his role in the world – it was published on Tuesday May 3, 1983, approx 1 week after the Silver Jubilee Darbar.