MILLENNIUM: Winners and Losers in the Coming World Order. User Review – Kirkus. A gratingly Delphic speculation on which regions might gain dominion in . Millennium: winners and losers in the coming world order. Front Cover. Jacques Attali. Times Books, – History – pages. Millennium: Winners and Losers in the Coming World Order. Front Cover. Jacques Attali. Times Books, – Social Science – pages.

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The World Bank, Environmental Impoverishment, and the From Publishers Weekly In this outstanding essay, as terse as it is clear and challenging, French political economist Attali, adviser to Francois Mitterand, contends that “only a radical transformation of American society” can prevent Europe and Japan from supplanting the U.

Buy the selected items together This item: Atali–who also is an advisor to France’s President Mitterand–claims that America will milleium in influence as third world tensions explode.

Winners and Losers in the Coming World Order. Irshad Alam marked it as to-read Jul 13, Dianna added it Aug 13, Has wear to the cover and pages. International Communication and Globalization: Accessories such as Millenuim, codes, toys, may not be included.


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Oleg rated it liked it Jul 31, No eBook available Amazon. Peter marked it as to-read Jul 25, A History of the World in Our Time. The fact that his economic wisdom runs counter to prevailing “conventional wisdom” in economic matters may suggest that he may have a true prophetic nose and may be on a useful scent.

But wasn’t it the elite who perpetrated the creation of debt and excessive spending in the first place? Your purchase benefits world literacy! Account Options Sign in.

No problem at all with the whole thing. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Showing best jqcques Show all copies. Since he is a hardened practical economist, he is even more likely to be right in economic matters.

Danny marked it tatali to-read Jun 11, Attali is perhaps best known in America as the author of Noise: From inside the book. Showing of 5 reviews.

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Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Times Books- Social Science – pages. Gaby Cardenas rated it liked it Oct 09, Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. The elite will need a center of power to achieve that goal and while it has been the United States for some time, that position has weakened considerably largely through overwhelming, unprecedented debt.


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A Brief History of the Future: The Coming World Order. No one could have predicted this in ‘s, nothing indicated that such crisis is even likely.

Jul 30, Erika rated it really liked it. Picture a world filled with agtali “rich nomads” roaming the world spending money and hordes of “poor nomads” endlessly migrating in search of goods beyond their reach. A gratingly Delphic speculation on which regions might gain dominion in the global village by the turn of the century and beyond. Thaddeus rated it really liked it Oct 06, His “musings,” seamlessly translated by Conners and Gardels, envision life in a post-Cold War, pluralistic, technology- and market-dominated society.

Attali leaves the proposition open-ended as to where the final power center will be but asserts qualifiedly that there cannot ultimately be two or three power centers; there must be one and one only — particularly since there is a need to have a single entity that performs atttali integration of all nation-states for law, health, money, millenihm culture: Attali has started a nonprofit read “tax-free” loan institution to “help” impoverished nations build “micro-entrepreneurs” because he knows that these nations and peoples, if they don’t “get with it” — jaques soon — are going to be valueless fodder in the 21st century.