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European economic community review of literature reactions in India: Part I: 1960-80 by V R Gaikwad (Working Paper, No. 1991/969)

By: Gaikwad, V. R.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Ahmedabad Indian Institute of Management 1991Description: 84 p.Subject(s): European Economic CommunityDDC classification: WP 1991 (969) Summary: The first paper analysed the basic motives underlying the formation of the EC as reflected in the writings of Jean Monnet - " The Father of the Common market.' The paper discussed the gigantic changes of great historical significance taking place in Europe. EC following the common Market strategy is moving towards its ultimate political objective, i.e, a United states of Europe. Both Gorbachov's and Monnet's strategies have been and are being excused with great finesse, shrewdness and top level diplomacy to develop a sense of complacency among the non-European communities. Our analysis indicates that the driving force behind the 'Unity of Europe' and of "People of European Origin" is genetic-ethic-racial. It indicates that Europe's march from nationalism to supra-nationalism leads to supra-Euracialism. EC-1992 is of great symbolic significance for non-European communities. EC-1992 is a landmark, a symbol of consolidation of European power and Euracial fundamentalism. It can also be a prelude to War of Races.
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The first paper analysed the basic motives underlying the formation of the EC as reflected in the writings of Jean Monnet - " The Father of the Common market.' The paper discussed the gigantic changes of great historical significance taking place in Europe. EC following the common Market strategy is moving towards its ultimate political objective, i.e, a United states of Europe. Both Gorbachov's and Monnet's strategies have been and are being excused with great finesse, shrewdness and top level diplomacy to develop a sense of complacency among the non-European communities. Our analysis indicates that the driving force behind the 'Unity of Europe' and of "People of European Origin" is genetic-ethic-racial. It indicates that Europe's march from nationalism to supra-nationalism leads to supra-Euracialism. EC-1992 is of great symbolic significance for non-European communities. EC-1992 is a landmark, a symbol of consolidation of European power and Euracial fundamentalism. It can also be a prelude to War of Races.

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