Carlo Pelanda The Grand Alliance

The Grand Alliance

The global integration of democracies
The system of world governance built on US dominance, the Dollar and the Western nature of international institutions is crumbling.
The United States is still the single most powerful country in the world but it is now too "small" to maintain its role as global governor as it has done since 1945. The world has simply become too big to be governed by one power.
Current trends show that divergent regional blocks and meganations are being formed. This will weaken the governance of the global economy and its security problems, increasing the risk of destabilisation over the entire planet.
A period of research has begun to identify international political architecture able to keep the world stable. This book is part of this research and recommends the future alliance of the world's great democracies: America, countries in the European Union, Russia, India and Japan.
The gradual convergence of military and economic power within these nations will produce credible global governance based on Western and technical values. But to bring this about, the European Union will have to shift from its current passive role to become an active player in international relations.

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Anderson Matthew Creating Space for the Formation of the Grand Alliance, September 2007
Bagheri Shahrzad Iran, the Islamic Ally, September 2007
Baran Renata The China Challenge, September 2007
Cason Elizabeth From Russia With ...Energy, September 2007
Coskery Brittany Merkel Sarkozy and Brown The potential for a Grand Alliance, September 2007
Crenshaw Robert If the Grand Alliance happens. September 2007
De Jarnett Elliott Importance of Chinese Alienation, September 2007
D'Itri Jessica Convincing US to join GA, making the case for coequal alliances, China as enemy, September 2007
Eubanks Mitchell Preserving the World Economy, September 2007
Flanigan Katie Incentives, September 2007
Franklin Ted Engaging China with the Environment, September 2007
Henderson Ryan The American Renaissance, September 2007
Hennenfent Douglas A Gradual Alliance, September 2007
Henry Britain The Common Link, September 2007
Hilario Niway Flaws within the Grand Alliance, September 2007
Howarth Anna India in the Grand Alliance, September 2007
Hughes Megan The initial euro-american alliance, September 2007
Leterl Jessica America as part of a stable alliance, September 2007
Long James A Skeptical Analysis of The Grand Alliance, September 2007
Mahboob Abeeda Prospect of war in Iran, September 2007
Middleberg Amanda Drinking the Kool-Aid Ignoring China's Rise to Dominance, September 2007
Nelson Mike America's Position in a Global Economy A Case for the Grand Alliance, September 2007
Phalen Erin A Reluctant America Will Join the Grand Alliance, September 2007
Pinson Lauren Creating The Spark For The Grand Alliance, September 2007
Register James Pride as an Impediment to Progress, September 2007
Sanchez Victoria Why America Will Not Accede To The GrandAlliance, September 2007
Sciortino Katie Grand Strategy or Grand Idea? September 2007
Self Kira Power and the American Mindset, September 2007
Serrano Jorge The Grand Alliance and Global Stability, September 2007
Staub Joseph Containing China in the Developing World, September 2007
Taylor A. Northern India, September 2007
Taylor Brenna The Grand Alliance, September 2007
Tullos Kristen A New Proxy War, September 2007
Vickers Stephanie The Grand Alliance and the Push to Democratize China, September 2007
Westfal Lauren Fighting the Real Enemy, September 2007
Whatley Tipton China's Role in the Grand Alliance, September 2007
Whigham Mark The Grand Alliance - Solving Environmental Problems of the Earth, September 2007
Wilegand William Euro-American Convergence, September 2007
Yim Seung The Grand Alliance, Making China the Global Enemy, September 2007