When considering the western world countries we normaly think of North America, Western Europe and parts of Asia and Australasia. But primarily it is the countries that form the EEC, it is from there that the world has been formed, moulded, built, ruined, and bombed. How important is it that EEC survives for the rest of the planet or has lifed moved on. I believe that the world does not understand what would happen if there was a break up in Europe, civalisation could change for a very long time and WW3 could possible emerge because extreamism would soon boil to the surface. It it the most important orginisation to world peace that we have in place at the present time, our elected leaders must put in place the corner stones to keeping this the goal without politcal bias.
by marymootoo5 years ago
When considering the western world countries we normaly think of North America, Western Europe and parts of Asia and Australasia. But primarily it is the countries that form the EEC, it is from there that the world has...
by ahorseback6 months ago
"If you want to cure the Chemical weapon crisis " ,............. just following Hilary's lead i guess ?I'd really love someone to defend that one ?
by cfin3 years ago
Was the United States of America set up to be "The New World Order" with all of the relevant symbols enshrined in it's scared doctrines and even it's money.Europe, the old world. The USA, the New World. One...
by Cassie Smith5 years ago
Christianity has shifted from its concentration in Europe and America to spread to Asia and Africa according to the Pew Research Center. It used to be that 93% of Christians could be found in Europe (66.3%) and...
by ifunny4 years ago
Is it best to visit one county for about 12 days. eg. Just France Or Germany Or Netherlands, Germany and France?
by Ralph Deeds4 years ago
Economists Agree: Solutions Are ElusiveBy EDUARDO PORTERPublished: April 23, 2013 "Last week the International Monetary Fund hosted a conference of some of the world’s top macroeconomists to assess...
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