1) Hitlerian expression referring to an economically and politically centralized Europe under the control of Germany. 2) Expression that came into vogue during the presidency of Ronald Reagan; refers to the organization of international relations on the basis of an economic model and military hegemony unlawfully retained by the United States. 3) New International Economic Order. Position advanced by the developing countries (*). Some of the measures proposed are the following: national sovereignty over natural resources; reducing the disparity between the price of raw materials and manufactured products; regulation of international prices of raw materials; broadening of preferences in trade relationships with developed countries; normalization of the international monetary system; stimulating exports of products from developing countries.