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|D. Leading Nations 10309 The Next World Order, Jacques Attali (Paris), New |
Perspectives Quarterly (Center for the ... is being built around the elites of major
cities, integrating them into the new world order while disintegrating the majority.
|Rich Nomads and Poor Iacques Attali, longtime advisor to Francois Mitterrand |
and president of the newly formed European ... The new world order described
by Attali would be based in the political sphere on pluralism and democracy, a
|Transforming the New World Order Charles Hauss. other pollutants it produces, |
let alone the cost of finding alternate sources of ... REFERENCES Attali, Jacques
(1991). Millennium: Winners and Losers in the Coming World Order. New York: ...
|... Socialist Register devoted an entire issue to the NWO in1992, while in March |
1991 Marxism Today published several articles under the header, “New World
Order: War of the Imagination.” References. Attali, J.(1991, May1).The European
|222 "a comprehensive package": See Whitney, "Kohl Gets the German Spotlight," |
p. 1. 223 The European Bank: See Jacques Attali, "Lines on the Horizon: A New
World Order in the Making," New Perspectives Quarterly, spring 1990, pp. 6-8.
|... than at any time since the Middle Ages. See also the polemical account — by a |
former adviser to Francois Mitterand — of a possible future if this gap is not
closed: Jacques Attali, Millennium: Winners and Losers in the New World Order (
|Attali, Jacques. 1991. Millennium: Winners and Losers in the Coming World |
Order. New York: Random House. Ausenda, G., ed. 1992. Effects ... Global
Dreams: Imperial Corporations and the New World Order. New York: Simon and
1992 - Snippet view
|Furthermore, ... if Western Europe is able to link Eastern Europe with its |
development, an In Attali "s new world order, it is the combination of new
European strengths and American decline, particularly in manufacturing and
technology, that ...
|Attali. J. (1991 ). Millennium — Winners and losers in the new world order. New |
York: Random House. Ausubel, J. and A. Grubler (1994). Working less and living
longer: Long-term trends in working time and time budgets. Working Paper 94-99
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