New Union

New Union

We have written a series of articles accompanied with audios regarding the creation of a New Union. This is a temporary name for a group of countries with preferential economic relations and coordination. The articles and audios are in Greek but you may have the ability to translate them. Most likely we will add more. 

 

It can be something like G7, or G20. It is better if it has a nice name and an office (headquarters). The name can have one or more of the words Coalition, Alliance, Union, Group, Cooperation. Some examples;

  • CINEA           Coalition of Independent Nations for Economic Advancement
  • GIN              Group of Intependent Nations
  • AEC              Alliance for Economic Cooperation

 

There should be a place that interested parties can contact where someone answers the phone or replies to an email. It can start with zero countries and a few employees working on how this will become a reality. Slowly countries will join.

The Nations that join can sign a general, vague Treaty. European Union started with three countries Belgium Netherlands, Luxemburg that formed BeNeLux. In 1957 France, Germany and Italy joined and signed the Treaty of Rome.

It may be preferable if USA is not in but has very close relations. This is better for world balance of powers. A Tetrarchy will be formed where four economic powers USA, China, NU, EU control 80% of worlds output.

We set a target Cumulative Product for the NU, take the list of GDP’s and start adding. Below are two interesting tables.

New Union 11
1  United States 21.344.667
2  United Kingdom 2.829.163
3  Italy 2.025.866
4  Canada 1.739.110
5  Australia 1.417.003
Subtotal 1 8.011.142
6  Norway 427.041
7  Ireland 381.571
8  Israel 381.569
9  Greece 219.097
10  New Zealand 210.475
11  Cyprus 24.638
Subtotal 2 1.644.391
Total 31.000.200
 Japan 5.176.205
NU w Japan 36.176.405
 European Union 28 18.705.132
 China 14.216.503
 European Union 23 13.224.797
NU w/o USA 9.655.533

 

million $ World %
1  United Kingdom 2.829.163 3,24%
2  Italy 2.025.866 2,32%
3  Canada 1.739.110 1,99%
4  Australia 1.417.003 1,62%
Sum 1-4 8.011.142 9,18%
5  Norway 427.041 0,49%
6  Ireland 381.571 0,44%
7  Israel 381.569 0,44%
8  Greece 219.097 0,25%
9  New Zealand 210.475 0,24%
10  Cyprus 24.638 0,03%
Sum 5-10 1.644.391 1,88%
Sum 1-10 9.655.533 11,06%
11  Brazil 1.960.190 2,25%
12   Switzerland 742.000 0,85%
13  Argentina 477.743 0,55%
14  Hong Kong 381.720 0,44%
15  South Africa 371.298 0,43%
Sum 11-15 3.932.951 4,51%
Sum 1-15 13.588.484 15,57%
16  Japan 5.176.205 5,93%
17 South Korea 1.656.674 1,90%
18  Saudi Arabia 762.259 0,87%
Sum 16-18 7.595.138 8,70%
Sum 1-18 21.183.622 24,27%
19  United States 21.344.667 24,46%
Sum 1-19 42.528.289 48,73%
20  China 14.216.503 16,29%
21  European Union 23 13.224.797 15,15%
Sum 1-21 69.969.589 80,18%
World 87.265.226 100,00%