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Knowing more, which try to stop me, they take to FIFA, has all the shot because it has MICHEL PLATINI « the Brazilian » of course, that it is french, but it’s like this, that you call it, if I remember correctly, this is may be for another reason, that all of a sudden, they starts to bother him, but I have a doubt , a big, kind, they are all rotten, except Chief BLATTER, GAG!, frankly, it is not, a little big, it is to die laughing, the United States, have the nerve to attack FIFA on the presumptions of jar wines issued at all, except to blatter, it must be a saint? EH the QATAR, I told you that, you do particperez not at the party, it died for you! Damage ELIANE! Knowing that these American leader, are worst, OBAMA ROCKEFFELER ROTSCHILD, the Queen of England, these sons of the P… make HIV the DAS, they want to kill 3 billion people, and , they have the nerve to bring it ILS FONT one CRIME against humanity 1000 000 times greater , knowing that , but it is the hospital, which cares for charity ! If it is me, who filed a complaint against crime against humanity

It aboutiras not all simply, because the franc Masons and bricklayers franc, like TAUBIRA, valls, holland, will take care of the fall by the wayside, you see, she is not ready to arrive, or, lead, if one of you, a guy implicated FIFA attacks, it is more the same song know that though, you did, it’s the dog’s Pee beside what he wanted.. do I you said, s (i1) a single person, a stranger from additional attacks, they go directly to sheet metal. ; without pass, by box d. strut and without touch, €20 000.

In fact, MARINE, if you can’t present you in 2017, because they must make you a blackmail rotten, as usual, kind, if you come, on do you will not, but who cares, there are at least 80 countries, if it is no longer that you recognize, because they know now that all that touches to the Queen of England and rotten If it make you another blackmail rotten, you know, why, I suspect that they make you blackmail, because they, must say that you are not at the presidential, 2017, voters, will fall back on the other Masons franc, like all those who are in Government, and those who will stand, but I would vote for a candidate No. francmcon , and for any, what guys you sware failing you. Short, if you can’t introduce yourself it will make me frankly pissed off, said JEAN MARIE, or if, he read me, what he and that the americainsne are especially not trust any American style, OBAMA, RON PAUL, CHENEY, KERRY, and the clicks of Congress, billionaires, tos rotten, you military GI., SEAL, etc., never believed all these liars , which is saying, will increase you the budgets glue you we, and in France, it is worst

Holland, stop lying to the french, one day it’s the cock dry, an another is the commemoration, another, another, day is the tribute to the unknown soldier, which, you you who cares royally, awaits midi, to fill you and lying to others, like every good Mason franc, that you, yourself and Valls are, anyway, you go clear, in a way; or, another car there will be, no Mason franc, is president. AH CHAT, AH CHAT CHEST CHUR!

Who laughs, laughs last!

I think having understood, why LUTHER in 1093 ad, Luther made burn several carts of the book of the Talmud on the place de grève (place of the mairie de PARIS), because this him ci LUTHER has discerned that the TALMUD, advocated pedophilia. And that, according to him (LUTHER) it was against all understanding towards a child, representing innocence,

I think all of a sudden the OUTREAU trial, what makes me start yellow, it is that we have fun, because for me, they have fun, would not, nor for accused them, moreover, not a fun, but these wire of p… te, this air to start to deliver silverware, you will tell me, agree, there new and so it’s not because it is of the new that is, rebriser the life of someone who is trying with its small brain resources to remake his life, this mental patient this sick, but it is not called the Queen of England, or Rockeffeler Rotischilds, they made 1000 000 worse times, but, is that slabs, you will say, that it has break lives, it’s true! but, is that it will return the suicides, it will heal t – it anxieties in life, it will be – t – he forgot the guy, who told his story to the media, or is the media, who came to him, I don’t know, is that this will allow him to forget the hell that he has lived, when, on charges of a crime you did not No, but the real fuckers who rubs hands, ddruks also, because the ratings on Wednesday, sample, or Thursday, to made a record, the Weil, the Schrameck, all those guys there teje, all these buffoons, because these guys there, in on nothing, but nothing to fuck us, which make them becter, because without us, without stories to death me node they could not live, and even less work, I said work, I repeat if, or, they have not understood, is just, if they know the wheel of their cars, they drive even not to change, I guess, guys, who are useless, parasites

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Editor’s Note:

Globalization is not a random walk process. It is moving forward according to a concrete, coherent and well-planned strategy. This article offers the reader a glimpse into an aspect of the scheme of globalization – redesign of Europe and now remodels in North America. Regionalization, as you’ll see, is a necessary stepping stone towards and an essential component of globalization. This article lays the groundwork for future articles that will lay bare elements of regionalism in the Americas, such as NAFTA and CAFTA.

« The two processes of globalization and regionalization are articulated within the same larger process of global structural transformation… ». »
Björn Hettne

Globalization, the new regionalism and East Asia.

Globalism and regionalism. [1]
Strategic landscapes are changing radically. Is no longer a country does not represent the bulk of citizenship or identity. Today, a new murky world is shaping up, one that calls for global governance [2] as the harbinger of the future social, political and economic humanity. Indeed, in this context of post-cold war « nation-States » – like the companies they serve and accommodation – are found in a relentless swell of transformation. National interests give way to comprehensive loyalties, just as global citizenship is being touted as preferable to the narrow views of nationalism. any individual, company or country is immune to this revolution. Welcome to ‘globalisation’, where everyone is a pawn or a player.

As an end to itself, the concept of globalization seems to rest on a central pillar: the consolidation of power. Doesn’t matter what band or ideology of globalization is packed in, this component of the singular cannot be denied. And in a society where « power causes the power », a global system, by definition, has the ability to extend this feature to new levels.

On the political front, globalization represents the to the power beyond that of an entire nation. Using the shadow of global governance, we have it called a « new global civilization, » one that is constructed with an international management in mind. Mikhail Gorbachev, the last true Soviet-style master of power centralized explains,

«The time has come to develop integrated comprehensive policies.» [3]

But political globalisation is not a game of one night or more. We do not stop work Friday afternoon, take a break during the weekend and hop, find us on Monday morning, immersed in global governance. This macro transformation is rather the product of generations of bumps, changes and corrections and decisive decades of planning.

Already in 1945, Socialist leader Scott Nearing penned,

« A global society cannot be random. Since there are no precedents, it cannot be traditional at this stage of its development. It can be deliberative and experimental, planned and put in place with specific objectives… » [4]

Much more recently, co-founder of the Commission trilateral Zbigniew Brzezinski espoused similar concepts, but with a bent-based America. In his book, the Grand chessboard: rule American and its geostrategic imperatives, the former National Security Adviser maintains the goal of America for global commitment is « to forge a sustainable framework of global geopolitical cooperation » and to « unapologetically » positioning itself as the arbiter of « global management. [5]

Crowning this assertion, Brzezinski ends with these words sobering,

« Geo-strategic success in this case would constitute a legacy of fitting’s role as the first, only and the world’s last superpower of America. [6]

Jim Garrison , founder and president Gorbachev Foundation/USA (under the leadership of Mikhail Gorbachev), [7] Similarly sees America as the forging element in globalization.

“… America must consciously considers itself a transitional empire, one whose fate at the moment is to act as midwife to a global system administered in a democratic manner. His big challenge is do not dominate but to catalyze. He must use his great strength and heritage democratic to establish the integration of institutions and mechanisms to manage the new global system so that its own power is subsumed by the building, it helps to build.

President Wilson created the League of Nations from the ashes of World War I. President Roosevelt and Truman has established a new international order after the second world war. America must now build the third iteration of global governance. If it reaches this level of greatness, it could become the final empire, because it will be bequeathed to the world an integrated global system and democratic in which aura empire is no longer a place or a role. » [8]

Almost, Brzezinskiand garrison all point to the reality of internationalism – it is not accidental. And the last two individuals, global players in their own right, call directly for hand of Directors of America in planetary transformation.

America has however, is not the only large global change agent. Also and specifically for the 21st century, the European Union, Europe is a fantastic factor in the process of globalization. In fact, Brzezinski called for America to act with the European Union « for sustained global planning policy. » [9]

Not surprisingly, an American world order approach already exists under the rubric of the Transatlantic Alliance. Over the years, the alliance has been greatly shaped by men like McCloy , Henry Kissingerand Brzezinskion the American side – and key Europeans such as Paul-Henri Spaak, Jacques Delors and Javier Solana.

Currently, this transatlantic system is composed of a myriad of political, military and economic ties. Some of its components include,

· NATO (the North Atlantic Treaty Organization)

· OSCE (Organization for security and cooperation in Europe)

· OECD [10] (Organisation for economic cooperation and development), which began as the Organisation for European economic cooperation.

· Various commissions mixed and private policy groups – such as The Trilateral Commission, [11] the Council from the Atlantic to the United States, the British American Security Information Council and the transatlantic Council less known Streit – as well as many programs such as the foreign policy speech.

· Solid business and corporate links within more commercial aircraft shipping industries, oil and petrochemical companies, defence and aerospace ventures, all major car manufacturers, and number of connections.

This last point bears special significance. Elizabeth Pond, written for the Project of Relations EU – the European Union Studies Association USA, tells us:

«So intertwined became transatlantic companies, particularly in the last decade, it is often impossible to know whether companies are actually « American » or «European» [12]

For many outside observers, the question arises: this transatlantic connection represents the Americanization of Europe, or Europe shape America?

It is perhaps not. Too often we in North America receive these dilemmas with nationalist goals, instead, seen through glasses of globalization, a whole new world is net.

The ideal Transatlantic what ultimately is the ‘third wave’ – the path of globalization. As Alvin and Heidi Toffler social researchers say.

« what is happening is now nothing less than a world revolution, a quantum leap. » [13]

But please do not misunderstand: this ‘world revolution’ is not a continuous process. As a facet of the revolution, the transatlantic partnership – as all other relationships – has growing pains, setbacks and observable differences. Indeed during the last years, significant took place between segments of the European and American population especially in the light of the developments of the Middle East. [14]

Although this crack is more apparent in the general population and in certain political circles and perhaps even have spill effects in Transatlantic markets such as spending, defence [15] it is a flaw that temporarily removes the global reality. And what is the « global reality »? That America is on the verge of having to reshape itself, just as he has helped reshape the post-war Europe and is now regarded as the « midwife » of a new world order.

It is the passage of nationalism in globalization, through the European model of regionalism.
Globalization and regionalism European anti-nationalisme

Immediately after the end of the cold war, The Trilateral Commission – a group of private police composed of their U.S. counterparts, European and Asian – published his study, regionalism in a world of convergence. [16]

And after its Introduction,.

« .. . regionalism does not have to be opposed to globalism. The world should not have to choose between one or the other. He needs to live with both. The challenge… is to know how to channel the forces of regionalism in compatible directions with and support of globalism. « [17]

It is important to understand that sponsorship for regionalism as a step in the process of globalization has not only limited to The Trilateral Commission and its members. Fortunately, many manufacturers of regional and global order have left their fingerprints plastered throughout the 20th century. More importantly, their motives are also discernible.

In 1942, The Brookings Institute published its report, peace Plans and the American choice, highlighting a variety of concepts of post-war hopeful for ‘world order’. Options have been examined as explicit control of the United States of International Affairs, the creation of a British Alliance, harmonizing the world order through a ‘Union of democracies’ (which was touted at the time by Clarence Streit [18]) and in collaboration with a broader set of « United Nations ». Regionalism was reviewed in detail, with the Western hemisphere, in Europe and Asia including the main blocks.

Arthur Millspaugh, author of the Brookings report, was sincere in its binding of regionalism for «the grand portrait»

« These regional agreements can be considered either as steps or phases in the evolution of a universal world order, as substitutes for a universal order, or as something to be combined with a global system.  » [19]

Although the Brookings report focused on the anticipated sequel to the second world war, the idea of a State of Europe was born decades earlier. Already in 1914, the first year of the first World War (WWI), Nicholas Murray Butler – President of Columbia University and later received the Nobel Prize for peace in 1933 – suggested that European unification and the creation of a supranational government were needed to replace the ‘existing national system’.

« What will be essentially a United States of Europe, a more or less formal Federation of autonomous countries of Europe, may be the result of the apparent failure of the national system existing to deal with the Government in the development of civilization…

There is no reason why every nation in Europe must not make a place for himself in the Sun of the unit I’m sure rises there behind the clouds of war. Prodigious economic loss of Europe, which already was appalling and will soon be incalculable, will give us the opportunity to press this argument home…

.. .the time will come when each nation will deposit in a World Federation a part of its sovereignty to the general good. When this happens, it will be possible to establish an international framework and a font international, also well designed specially for the especial project to enforce the decisions of the International Court. « [20]

To promote European integration and cooperation after the first world war, attempts were made. In 1923 the Pan-European Union was founded, attracting a number of individuals who would later play a role of Word after the second war, including Konrad Adenauer. [21] and the Foreign Minister of France, Aristide Briand, devised a plan to organize the Europe around the lines unified as opposed to nationalist tendencies, causing even the debate to the League of Nations. [22] none of these campaigns, however, are usually effective.

Ironically, while the League of Nations and the ideas of Pan-European Union stalled, a type of continental integration is produced almost via the German labour party socialist National – better known as the Nazis. John Laughland, author of The tainted Source, details of the platform of the great European unification adopted by Nazi leaders, including plans for a Central Community, a free market zone and the possible creation of a European monetary area. [23]

Moreover, as pointed out by Laughland,

« Nazi plans for European integration were also political as they were economic. » [24]

The influence of Nazi-era concepts on European integration cannot be underestimated. Stationed in Germany during the first years of the second world war, Kennan, among the most important diplomats Americans of the 20th century and the first Director of Policy Planning Staff at the State Department, shared its observations with candor.

« When stationed in Berlin during the war I’d been struck with the fact that Hitler himself, but for the wrong reasons and in the spirit bad, had actually accomplished much of the technical mission of the unification of Europe. » He created central authorities in a range of areas: transport, banking, markets and the distribution of raw materials, in the control of various forms of nationalized property. Why, I wondered, this situation not be usefully exploited after an Allied victory?

Should a not allied decision to break this network of Central controls at the end of the war but rather to support, to remove Nazi officials who had done work, to appoint others (and not necessarily all the non-German) in their place and then to complete this physical unification with a new European federal authority. When I returned to Germany in 1942, tried to win the understanding of this idea in the State Department… » [25]

After the war, Kennan (who was a member of Council on Foreign Relations and later in life, involved in the Trilateral Commission) became the American Adviser to the European Advisory Commission and a principal architect of the Marshall Plan – program of reconstruction of America for Europe.

In his memoirs, the diplomat pointed out,

« The Government of the United States, led primarily by the belief that something must be done to »integrate »the economies of the countries of Europe in the interest of the economic recovery, had been adding words of encouragement, if not pressure. » [26]

This immediate post-war « encouragement » was mainly channeled through the Marshall Plan, with European integration « nailed on each proposal in Washington for export to Europe. » [27]

Theodore h. White, a stranger to the United States journalist and later member of the Council on foreign relations, described the situation in his book, fire in the ashes,

« The U.S. had, for many years, was superbly educating European in the virtues of their own great Union of the States and complained to Europe on the nonsense of rivalries and separatism. » During the war that several brain trusters American had even played with the idea that, come to release, it would be preferable to scan all the currencies of the countries release and replace them with a new common European currency issued by the U.S. Army… » [28]

White Suite,

« It was the Marshall Plan, which hardened the U.S. condemnations that Europeans must unite… When visiting members of Congress asked planners Marshall what they tried to do, they would respond, « we try to gather them, we try to integrate them. » ‘Intégration’ is a convenient word and each successive delegation asked harshly, ‘to what extent you have with integration now?’ as if expected from the Marshall Plan to get out of his drawers a draft constitution and a design for a European flag.

In 1949, the second credit of the Marshall Plan, Congress, without debate, set the unification of Europe as one of the main objectives of the Plan. » [29]

White reflected later in life,

« The history of the Marshall Plan, it turned out, began with the meaning of money. It was also about money and Europe and money and peace – but most importantly, the money and power of America. « [30]

Whereas the Marshall Plan worked, three members of the Christian democratic community of Europe – Robert Schuman , Konrad Adenauerand Alcide De Gasperi- paved the way to awaken the continental interest in unification. This gives us insight into these three ‘fathers of Europe’ motivational factors, R.W. Keyserlingk, Director-general of the British United Press in the 1940s, wrote,

« .. . all three [had] formed in their youth by Catholic social movements activated by the Papal teachings of Rerum Novarum. They were all determined Patriots deeply religious, devout but anti-nationalist. All three came from border areas of border conflicts and border contacts… This had taught them that only a Europe as a Federation, not torn apart by hatreds students by narrow nationalism, Europe could ensure freedom and freedom to their homelands border beloved, more intimate. « [31]

Demonstrating the depth of this European ideal anti-nationalistic surroundings and the future roadmap to regionalism, Keyserlingk reminds us.

« Integration in a federal system, in the political, economic and military sense, involving the sacrifice of absolute national sovereignty was their objective. » [32]

How can I achieve this? The continuity between the approaches to assimilation is truly remarkable,

« First of all, the political line has been attempted, and this proved almost put the cart before the horse, but it has considerable merit for the future. He created the Council of Europe and the European Parliament…

When the political approach revealed the insurmountable difficulties to the work of concrete measures, Robert Shuman came with the second possibility, economic integration; a fusion of interdependent interests, the abolition of trade barriers, eliminating economic competition… working out common policies for the use of the labour market… the free movement of workers… and a gradual strengthening of common economic policies… « [33]

By this Act decided by the economic meltdown, which has since confirmed itself through the currency of the European Union and the Euro, Europe has become for the rest of the world a recognized model for advancing internationalism over the interests of the single State. This reality has been collected early on by European federalists and is evident in the 1946 Hertenstein program,

« A European Community on federal lines is a necessary and essential for any international union contribution… The members of the European Union should transfer part of their sovereign rights – economic, political and military, to the Federation that they are in… By showing that it can solve the problems of his fate in a federal spirit, Europe will contribute to the reconstruction and the creation of a global community of peoples. « [34]

Less than a year after the announcement of Hertenstein, the ‘ movement for world federal World Government « has published a similar, known platform like the Montreux declaration. After stating that the required national sovereignty limitations and that nations needed to transfer powers to a « world federal Government », the statement added,

« We believe that the integration of activities at the regional and functional levels is consistent with the real federal approach. « The formation of regional – to the extent that federations they do not become an end in itself or the risk of crystallization in blocks – can and should contribute to the effective functioning of a federal world. » [35]

In the decades immediately following the second world war, Transatlantic Relations between euro and US elites of international acceptance of a European Community. In addition, March of Europe to the merger strategic objectives successfully. The European Community of coal and steel, the Treaty of Rome and the Agency later European Economic Community and Euratom and the progressive harmonization of agricultural policies and tax all showed them the strength of this transnational agenda.

Where as the 1970s rolled with his OPEC oil crisis and the overhaul of the financial system Bretton Woods, regionalism possibilities as a tool of global transformation was clearly evident. The Trilateral Commission, the Club of Romeand the Institute for world order all looked to regionalism as an asset on nationalism. [36]

As one of the most prolific defenders of modeling regional, the Club of Rome – an elite corps « catalyst for global change » [37] – deserves special attention. His report, humanity to a turning, imagined a world divided into ten different blocks and has recognized the need for global development regional opinion. [38]

In another report published during the same period, the Club of Rome has merged the direction of change of world, fight against nationalism and regional cooperation.

« In the international order current huge power is concentrated in individualized nation-States. Seen from a global perspective, this should be deemed undesirable. Among the means that could be used to achieve these objectives of vital importance to the international community can more effectively be handled by higher levels of decision-making… the achievement of certain objectives, such as creating larger markets through regional and subregional cooperation (collective autonomy), would be facilitated by the decision-making at a level higher than the nation-State. « [39]

Richard a. Falk , Professor of International law with connections to the Council on Foreign Relations and World Federalist Association, postulated similar directives in the 1970s. Contribute to the project’s model of world order (a program of the Institute for global policy), he wrote that,

« .. . regionalism has considerable appeal as House stopped world to Midway. It seems more feasible in the short term as a little farther from the sovereignty of the State that can be used to dilute nationalist sentiments during a period when loyalties global need to strengthen. « [40]

Falk had seen the writing on the wall less than a decade earlier. Addressing the growing role of regional institutions and the United Nations in connection with the global strategies of transition, he offered an interesting perspective for world law fund strategy of world order program:

« The result of these challenges to the traditional international legal system is to create a transitional crisis situation. For the shortcomings of the old order have spawned the beginnings of a new order… « [41]

Today, the global Europe and American elites consider that regionalism to be a ploy for global governance. In fact, this « new regionalism » is now embraced by a multitude of personalities, organizations and Government agencies. As a document of the United Nations University two released in 2005 State,

« .. . regional governance is not incompatible with and did not invalidate global governance. On the contrary, it has the potential to strengthen global governance. Regional logic has always been inherent in the world body… » [42]


« Regional integration between sovereign States… is a phenomenon in full swing, and unsurprisingly, it is now considered as a process that with globalization, defies the order world Westphalian [ed., nation-based ] existing. » [43]

Choice Americans and the realities of the world

Nation States will not disappear, regionalism or through a form of global governance. Roles, functions and the sovereign status of the nations, however, will be fundamentally changed. But the country ‘,’ state/province and city/local governments, will remain intact. Just to add another layer of the stack – after all, it is the style of the third wave of global transformation.

As social engineers Alvin and Heidi Toffler reminds us.

« Changing social, technological and cultural elements at a time and you create not only a transition but a transformation, not only a new company but the beginnings, at least, of a totally new civilization.  » [44]

Globalization and regionalism go hand in hand, and the relevance of this is extraordinary. Currently, the EU is to assist in the creation of new regional blocs around the world, including:

· the Gulf cooperation Council

· Asia zone

· the development of the South American community of Nations

· new blocks in Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean

A 2004 EU document sets out the strategy,

« Because of its history and its own integration process, support for regional integration is an area in which the EU has real added value to contribute. The EU is ready to share this unique experience with other regional groupings in the world. He would also help draw on the significant gains made in the regional integration process. It therefore encourages the other countries of the world to forge even stronger links with their neighbours and to organize within the institutionalized regional organisations. « [45]

In discussing its own enlargement, that we, in addition, catch a glimpse of what the EU is considering:

« Enlargement strengthens the role and the position of the Union in the world, in external relations, security, trade and other areas related to global governance. » [46]


« Politically, by adding to the power, cohesion and influence of the Union on the international scene, enlargement strengthens the hand of the Union when it comes to globalization… » [47]

What does that have to do with the United States? Everything.

Financially, the United States were financially and economically rival the European Union and its Euro currency. This competition not only an impact on trading power of America with Europe directly, but the growing influence of the Euro around the world raises the stakes even higher. In 2004, Toshihiko Fukui, a member of the Board of the Bank for international settlements, pointed out:

« Today, we discuss the potential of the euro to make a radical shift in the global financial architecture, without being criticized for fantasizing. » [48]

Fukui then spoke of a time where, like the European Union, Asia also work as currency economic bloc with a single powerful, internationally recognized. [49]

Importance of the Euro as a rival to the U.S. dollar and as a model for other areas of the currency, cannot be ignored. And different regions develop – with opportunities for China, the India and Brazil becoming magnets for creating blocks of power regional economic – America, with its expanded debt beyond comprehension and the dollar lose face internationally, is utter treacherous economic waters.

But there is another element added to this mix. As mentioned earlier, the European Union is involved in the creation of other competitive regional blocs. Not only it causes a deviation in the strength of the U.S. dollar at the international level, it also moves foreign interests far in the United States and Europe. This is why the American influence, particularly in terms of advancing American interests abroad, weakens as Europe’s influence grows.

These facts have not escaped US policymakers. The irony is that America’s response is to follow in the footsteps of Europe, combining national realities with global and regional trends and try to help foreign nations to integrate under American direction. The paradox deepens: America, in order to counter the Europe he helped establish, must now create a North American community incorporating a super-region new itself, Canada and Mexico. However, it is only a paradox to those in America who discovers the United States with nationalist goals, as already witnessed, its elite view very different things.

North American integration is not an idea of the pie-in-the-sky. It is beaten around by a privileged host tri-national agencies, which

· the Canadian Council of Chief Executives (the Canada business leaders)

· Mexican Council for external relations

· the Center for Strategic and International Studies (a Washington D.C. think-tank Trilateralist Brzezinski plays a key role)

· the Council of New York on foreign policy

In the spring of 2005, the fatality rate came out with a report of « independent task force » entitled building a North American community. This document details an economic mandate and security that binds the North America by establishing a common security perimeter, a North American border pass program, common external tariffs, the continuous movement of goods and full mobility of the labor force between the Canada and the United States, a shelf of energy and the creation of a single economic trinational region; with date 2010 bumper for a large number of these arrangements. [50]

In response to this report, the Embassy of the United States at the Canada-

« pointing to increased competition from the EU and raise economic powers like the India and China »-called agenda of the CFR one « plan a central North American trade zone ». [51]

A few weeks after the CFR announced that its report on the upcoming integration would go public, [52] President American Bush, Mexican President Foxand Canadian Prime Minister Martin met in Texas to announce a tri-national program to « ensure that North America is the economically most dynamic region of the world. [53]

The final report of Council on Foreign Relations directly acknowledged this Summit of the leaders of three countries and pointedly said that,

« The Working Group is pleased to provide specific advice on how the partnership can be sued and realized. » [54]

And back in the Working Group on a statement by the Chairman was a comment simple but vital; the « process of change must be properly managed. » [55]

This was not something new to the banking community. In 1991, the Dallas federal reserve published a research paper, North American Free Trade and the Peso: The Case for a currency in North America area. [56] in the late 1990s, the Bank of Canada publishes a series of working papers, looking at the pros and cons of an economic zone and monetary North American. [57]

A head of the Department of the Treasury of the United States, describing the global financial trends at the federal reserve Bank of Atlanta in October 2000, frankly pointed out that « a quantum increases in economic and financial cooperation world »would be needed to meet the future international challenges.

« Successful globalization requires a parallel international process of harmonization of the rules, including the rules governing the financial system, a process that has happened largely in silence for many years in the community of the Central Bank…

… I think that it is at least possible that we will see a dramatic decrease in the number of independent currencies worldwide in the years to come…

I would not put a time on an evolution towards a world with much less currency, but I’m sure you have noticed that the President-elect of Mexico, Vincente Fox, suggested a long-term evolution towards North American monetary zone. These trends may lead to new challenges and institutions in the field of international economic cooperation ». [58]

Regionalism as a springboard to globalisation, it is inseparable mixture of politics and the economy in all areas. «Political», considers this as Haass said when he was the Director of the policy planning staff in the Department of American States in 2002 (remember Kennan was the first Director).

« It is clearly a coherent body of ideas and policies which guide the foreign policy of the Bush Administration.  » If these ideas and policies will evolve into a formal doctrine with a name, I will leave it to history to decide. But this consistency exists and can be captured by the idea of integration.

In the 21st century, the main goal of U.S. foreign policy is to integrate the other countries and organizations in arrangements that will support a world consistent with U.S. interests and values.

… Integration involves bringing together United Nations and then the construction of frameworks of cooperation and, when possible, the institutions that strengthen and support even more.

… Integration reflects not only a hope for the future, but the new reality of the Bush Administration. « [59]

Haass should know. Not only he is a member of the Trilateral Commission, he is the President of the Council of foreign relations. In fact, Haass wrote forward for the CFR report, building a North American community.

The bottom line is this: just as politics and the economy is related to the level of the hips, regionalism and all that it entails – including the unification of the North America – corresponds to the part with the strategy of globalization. It is the continuation of the world society of third wave as a replacement for the archaic world of nationalism.

In conclusion, the question must be asked; To what extent will achieve this process? Alvin and Heidi Toffler let the cat out-of-the-bag.

« The fact is that establishing a third wave on the wreck of the institutions of the second wave of civilization involves the design of new political structures more appropriate in many countries at once. This is a painful but necessary project that is mind-staggering in scope…

In all likelihood, it will take a long battle to radically review the Congress of the United States, the House of Commons and the House of Lords, French deputies, the Bundestag, diet, the ministries giant and entrenched civilian of many nations services, their Constitution and the judicial system – in short, a great part of the heavy and increasingly impractical to the existing representative Government.

Neither this wave of political struggle will stop at the national level. In the months and the coming decades, all of the « global law machine » – the United Nations at one end of the local city – or the Council of the city to another will finally face a mounting, irresistible ultimately restructuring application.

All these structures will have to be fundamentally changed, not because they are inherently bad or even it are controlled by the class or group, but because they are more impassable – connection is more to the needs of a world that is radically changing. « [60]

Can’t hear you? It is the sound of the crucible of globalization being pulled upwards.


[1] Björn Hettne, « Globalization, new regionalism and East Asia, » globalism and regionalism (certain communications sent to the University of Nations United Global Seminar Shonan Session 96, 2-6 September 1996, Hayama, Japan).

[2] for an example of this global governance calling see our Global neighbourhood by the Commission on global governance, 1995. See also the reports of the global governance Montreal conference series organized by the Montreal International Forum.

[3] Mikhail Gorbachev, The Search for a New Beginning: development of a new civilization (HarperSanFrancisco, 1995), p.26.

[4] Scott Nearing, United World (Island Press, 1945), p.221.

[5] Zbigniew Brzezinski, the Grand chessboard: rule American and its geostrategic imperatives (BASIC Books, 1997), pp.214 – 215.

[6] ibid., p.215.

[7] see, summary biography James Amon garrison, Jr., published by the Berrett-Koehler publishers, attached to its press release on the book of the garrison, America as Empire. Biographical summary/press release on file.

[8] Jim Garrison, America as Empire: Global Leadership or the power of rogue? (Berrett-Koehler, 2004), p.9.

[9] Zbigniew Brzezinski, The Choice: Global Domination or Global Leadership (Basic Books, 2004), p.222.

[10] the OSCE is the Organisation for security and cooperation in Europe. The Organization for economic cooperation and development, which initially started as a tool of Marshall transatlantic Plan called the Organization for economic cooperation European, is mainly a body of Atlantic-Euro-American which has evolved to include Japan, South Korea, Australia and New Zealand.

[11] the integrated Trilateral Commission also of Japanese interests as well as American and European players. To learn more about the history of trilateral cooperation and its role in the Atlantic Alliance, see Trilateral Commission to 25 (Trilateral Commission, 1998).

[12] Elizabeth Pond, Friendly Fire: The Near-Death of the Transatlantic Alliance (EUSA, 2004), p.xiii.

[13] see, Alvin and Heidi Toffler, creation of a new civilization: the politics of the third wave (Turner Publishing, 1994/95), p. 21.

[14] see Elizabeth Pond, Friendly Fire (EUSA, 2004).

[15] see Terrence R. Guay, The Transatlantic defence industrial Base: restructuring Scenarios and their Implications (USArmyWarCollege, Strategic Studies Institute, 2005).

[16] see, regionalism in a converging world (Commission trilateral/trilateral papers #42, 1992).

[17] ibid., p. 3.

[18] Clarence Streit and his Union book now have been influential forces in shaping the ideal Transatlantic and supported a greater vision for NATO. Streit was a scholar of Rhode, a U.S. delegate to the Conference of Versailles, a correspondent for the New York Times to the League of Nations, founder of the Atlantic Union and Committee of the Association in the United States democracies – which has had close links with the World Federalist Association. See, Clarence K. Streit, Union now (Harper and brothers, 1940) and now the Union with Great Britain (Harper and brothers, 1941).

[19] Arthur c. Millspaugh, peace Plans and American choice (Institute Brookings, 1942), p.49.

[20] Nicholas Murray Butler, a world in turmoil: interpretations of the war for a new world (Charles Scribner sons, 1918), see the section entitled ‘the United States of Europe, « pp. 27, 31-32, 36.

[21] Derek W. Urwin, the community of Europe: A History of European integration since 1945 (Longman), 1991, p. 5. The Austrian Aristocrat was count Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi.

[22] C. Grove Haines and Ross J.S. Hoffman, the origin and context of the second World War (Oxford University Press, 1943), 265. See also Urwin, the community of Europe, p.6.

[23] John Laughland, The Tainted Source: The undemocratic Origins of the European idea (Little, Brown and Company, 1997), pp.24-30.

[24] ibid., p.29.

[25] George F. Kennan, memoirs, 1925-1950 (Little, Brown and Company, 1967), p.417.

[26] ibid., p.

[27] Theodore H. White, the fire in the ashes: Europe in the middle of the century (William Sloane Associates, 1953), p.272.

[28] ibid., p.

[29] ibid., p. 272.

[30] Theodore H. White, search history (Harper and Row, 1978), camisards.

[31] R.W. Keyserlingk, fathers of Europe (Palm Publishers, 1972), pp. 2-3.

[32] ibid., p. 137.

[33] ibid., p. 137.

[34] Hertenstein program developed from a meeting between the Europeans and the federalists of the world and was welcomed by the European Union Schweiz Switzerland. The Conference was held from 15 to September 22, 1946.

[35] the Montreux declaration, 23 August 1947.

[36] for the Trilateral Commission, see their 1974 report, the crisis of international cooperation. For the Club of Rome, see their report, humanity at a turning point. At the Institute for world order, see their report World Order models Project, on the creation of an order just world (1975).

[37] see about the Club of Rome

[38] Mihajlo Mesarovic and Eduard Parekh, humanity at a turning point: the second report of the Club of Rome (Club of Rome/Signet, 1974/76), p.39.

[39] jan Tinbergen (Coordinator), RIO: Reshaping the International Order (Club of Rome, 1976), p. 100.

[40] Richard A. Falk, « towards a new world order », on the establishment of a just order world (Institute for World Order, draft model of world order, 1975), date.

[41] Richard A. Falk, « historical trends, modernize and revolutionary Nations and the International legal order, » the strategy of the world order, Volume 2: droit International (right global fund, 1966), p.180.

[42] Tania Felicio, managing security as a regional Public good: a regional and global mechanism for security (United Nations University – CRIS Occasional Paper, 2005). See the section, « Security as a regional Public product, » third last paragraph.

[43] Luk Van Langenhove and Ana – Cristina Costea, Inter-regionalism and the future of multilateralism (University of Nations – CRIS Occasional Paper, 2005), p.10.

[44] Alvin and Heidi Toffler, creating a new civilization, p.29.

[45] European commission, the European Union, Latin America and the Caribbean: a strategic partnership, 2004, p.32.

[46] ibid., p. 34.

[47] ibid., p. 35.

[48] Toshihiko Fukui, Governor of the intervention by the Bank of Japan, ‘The Euro – Dollar regime and the role of the Yen–their Impact on Asia’, given to the 13th Symposium International Monetary, November 12, 2004. Speeches are accessible through the bis.

[49] ibid..

[50] the full report is accessible through the Council on the foreign policy website (www.cfr.og ).

[51] press release; « Task Force urges measures to strengthen North American competitiveness, trade expansion, ensuring the security of the borders, » Embassy of the USA in Canada, Ottawa. This press release can be accessed through the Embassy of the United States in Ottawa home, http://www.usembassycanada.gov .

[52] this pre-release announcement received virtually no coverage in the United States, even if it was a story of albums in the Canada, all new news agencies and the national television broadcasts.

[53] « Joint statement by President Bush, President Fox and Prime Minister Martin, security and prosperity partnership of North America » (www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/2005/03/20050323-2.html ).

[54] building A North American Community, p.3.

[55] creation of a community of North America, the statement by the President, Council on Foreign Relations, 2005, p. 5.

[56] Darryl McLeod and John H. Welch, North American Free Trade and the Paso: the case for a North American Currency Area, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Research Paper #9115, August 1991.

[57] three examples are: exchange rate of the regime and economic integration in North America Canada (1999), the rate of Exchange and Canada order monetary (1999) regime and why Canada needs an exchange rate floating (1999).

[58] Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for International Affairs, Edwin M. Truman, remarks to the Atlanta federal reserve Bank, on 12 October 2000. Speech can be accessed via the website of the Department of the Treasury of the United States.

[59] Richard N. Haass, « Defining US Foreign Policy in a world of cold war », speech at the Foreign Policy Association, New York, 22 April 2002.

[60] Alvin and Heidi Toffler, creating a new civilization, p.91.


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