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Famous Globalists

A Globalist is a person who supports the abatement of national borders and the creation of a world government.
This list includes people that offered important contributions to globalization.

Cecil, Robert - British Lord. One of the League of Nations' Founder.
Churchill, Winston - UK Prime Minister. Promoter of Bretton Woods Agreements, which led to the creation of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund. He also participated in the creation of the United Nations and supported the GATT.
Clinton, Bill
- U. S. President. Created the Trans Atlantic Marketplace, a bridge between the European Union and the United States.

Blair, Tony
- United Kingdom Prime Minister. I n an article published by "The Globalist", Blair urges his fellow countrymen to embrace globalization and to stake their own claim for United Kingdom (The Globalist, Oct. 5, 2005, www.globalist.com).

Brzezinski, Zbigniew - Politician. Co-Founded the Trilateral Commission.
De Gaulle, Charles - French President. He supported the creation of a European Confederation and its expansion towards East in its famous phrase: "Europe, from the Atlantic to the Urals".
Filo, David - Businessman. Co-Founded Yahoo!, world's first search engine.
Friis, Janus - Businessman. Co-Founded Skype, an internet telephony network.
Gates, Bill
- Businessman. Invented Windows, the software that spread the use of computers. He also created MSN, a free e-mail service that allowed people around the world to contact each other.

Hugo, Victor - Writer. Promoted the Bern Convention of 1886 on the universal protection of literary and artistic works.
Lennon, John
- Singer and musician. One of his most famous songs, "Imagine" presented a vision of a united world.

Levchin, Max - Businessman. Co-Founder of Paypal, the first worldwide online payment service.
McNamara, Frank - Businessman. Co-Founder of Diners Club, the first credit card payment service .
Mendez,
Ruben - Writer. He wrote "International Public Finance" .
Nosek, Luke - Businessman. Co-Founder of Paypal, the first worldwide online payment service.
Reagan, Ronald
- US President. Reagan Doctrine called for support to democratic regimes to oppose communism.
Richter, Stephan
- Editor. Founder of "The Globalist", the first online magazine on global issues..
Roosevelt
, Franklin Delano - US President. Conied the term United Nations in the "Declaration by United Nations" of 1 January 1942.
Promoter of Bretton Woods Agreements, which led to the creation of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund.
Rockefeller, David - Businessman. Co-Founder of Trilateral Commission and the Council on Foreign Relations.
Rockefeller, Nelson
- Governor of New York and Vice President of the United States. In 1960 Governor Nelson Rockefeller proposed a "North Atlantic Confederation" in his address to the Binghamton (N.Y.) Rotary club on June 21. (http://www.constitution.org/)
Santer, Jacques - President of the European Commission, co-founder with Clinton of the Trans Atlantic Marketplace
Schneider, Ralph - Businessman. Co-Founder of Diners Club, the first credit card payment service.
Stipo, Francesco - Writer. He wrote the "World Federalist Manifesto, Guide to Political Globalization", in which he envisioned a world confederation and described the ways to achieve it (www.worldfederalistmanifesto.com).
Taylor, Casey - Businessman. Co-Founder of Diners Club, the first credit card company in the world.
Thiel, Peter - Businessman. Co-Founder of Paypal, the first worldwide online payment service.
Turner, Ted
- Businessman. Founded CNN International, the first television broadcasting worldwide.
Tobin, James - Economist. Won Nobel prize for proposing a world tax.
Yung, Jerry
- Businessman. Co-Founded Yahoo!, world's first search engine.

Wales, Jimmy - Businessman. Founder of Wikipedia, the first free online encyclopedia written in more than 250 languages.
Zennström , Niklas - Businessman. Co-Founded Skype, an internet telephony network.