A New International Economic Order. Challenges For Future Theoretical And Practical Debates
Globalisation requires a transition based on an agenda of national priorities consistent at a world level, and the new international order should take over projects related to the planet. Since the lessons of history are always forgotten, no matter how much they are being debated in times of tensions just like now, one should take from the past at least the propensity of political leaders of the past for accuracy in any reasonable approach.
Volume (Year): 35 (2012(XXII))
Issue (Month): 2(44) (December)
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