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The future of regional integration?

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What do you see the future of regional integration worldwide being?




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The Gulf States seem to be getting more integrated. 


There's still a chance the E.U. could evolved into a "United States of Europe." 


Generally speaking, the stalling out of global trade liberalization efforts (look at the failure of the Doha Round of WTO negotiations) and the increased competition between the West and China mean that regional trade blocs are likelier to form in the future. 


Um...if Skynet defeats the American military and kills its government, I imagine the next step would be sending machine forces into Canada and Mexico, leading to higher levels of regional integration than have ever been known in North America. 

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