economic globalisation

Bruce Cronin B.Cronin at Auckland.ac.nz
Mon Aug 14 15:29:25 MDT 1995


is, regional integration plus the integration of what the organization
formerly known as the CTC calls "The Triad." This radically simplifies
global trade negotiations since it sharply reduces the number of important
parties to three (plus some of the larger NICs, but their power is nothing
compared to the Big Three). The ruling class is clearly consolidating on a
global level and the working class is left woefully behind, presenting us
with spectacles like unionized US autoworkers blaming "Mexicans" for taking
their jobs.

Walden Bello's work is interesting on the development of the Japanese Bloc.



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