Globalization and population precariation: challenges and tendencies of the new world order
The study objective is searching ways to transform the current world order and to overcome negative modern trends, resulting in social discrepancy, escalation of contractions between rich and poor, social and political instability increase, extremism and terrorism of planetary scale. Along with investigating precariation as a result of sporadic globalization process, the article deals with other global problems, such as mass population poverty, migration level increase, drastic polarization of living standards in countries with developed, developing and underdeveloped economies. The research is based on historical approach applying methods of logical structure, situational, and comparative analysis. Statistical data allowed the authors to conclude that regardless of regulating conditions of precariation development, this phenomenon becomes mass-scale and insurmountable without fundamental transformation of current world management. The obtained conclusions and recommendations can be applied in transforming social structure of society. To overcome precariation objective conditions are needed: unification of all nations on the basis of unconditioned human values, consolidation of natural resources as all-human wealth, abolition of the existing states as sovereign political entities. The first step should ensure formation of Unified world social and political organization basing on confederation principle, and agreed by the states. The second step is to build up global federation with division of powers between the subjects (former states) and Global Federal Center. Strategic objective of planetary executive authorities and Global Government should be to provide security, effective use of global resources to enhance economy, to overcome the gap of underdeveloped countries, to improve living standards, to eliminate precariation and poverty around the world.
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