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Conditions for a Sustainable Globalization

Designing a global structure requires being able go beyond the interest of one’s country and enter the field of common interests with other countries and specifically the understanding of each of them. This requires an extreme diplomatic effort in order to build a global structure that allows all the participants sustain their own National Interests.

In order for a globalization to be sustainable it requires that the national interest be covered.

There has to be a strong State permitting a powerful diplomacy and there must also be, within the vital space within which the culture operates, a globalization concept that permits to include other cultures.

National Interest

The national interest is the sustainable globalization‘s ultimate purpose. All unstable globalizations ended up collapsing as a result of their lack of coverage of the national interest of one or several of its members.

The national interest is measured in concrete terms regarding the social structure’s functionality, so much so that it ensures its members and their future generations an atmosphere of development in which to grow.

The national interest implicitly refers to evolution, much in the same fashion that the whole sustainable globalization concept does. When there is involution globalization is not possible becoming, in the best of cases, an alliance.

Access the content of the book “Globalization, the new tower of Babel?” at the Unicist Library: http://www.unicist.com/books-pages/en/globalization_sint_en.php

NOTE: The Unicist Research Institute was the pioneer in complexity science research and became a global decentralized world-class research organization in the field of human adaptive systems. https://www.unicist-school.org/peter-belohlavek/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/turi.pdf

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