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2022 ◽  
pp. 28-48
Maxwell Pearson

The rising tide of populism in the 21st century brings about new challenges to an age-old problem in politics. Among them is to identify and understand the symptoms and causes of populism in the modern era. As a political approach which holds”the forgotten man and women” as a morally good force against the perceived corrupt and self-serving “establishment,” this chapter analyzes the populist phenomenon and how it can bring about dividends, not just constraints. This chapter ends by recommending policy-makers to re-think and re-adjust global institutions to be more inclusive, to enhance their nations' cybersecurity measures, and to promote free speech. Overall, populism is a signal that something is inherently wrong in today's global society. Rather than turning a blind eye to the issue, leaders should take a hard look at the facts and understand that there are genuine grievances that have to be identified and solved in building a just and equitable new world order. We can only ignore populism at our peril.

2022 ◽  
pp. 830-847
Ehab Zakaria Atalah

The concept of creative cities is one of the historically ancient terms that evolve over time, as these cities played an important role as colonies of human civilization. The transformation of the world into a small village as a result of globalization has contributed to the ease of creative migration and human communication at all levels, whether through the internet, ease of travel, or ease of transporting goods. Technology has been the basis of the fourth industrial revolution and informational openness through the internet and then artificial intelligence. Actually, these elements developed the classic concept of creative cities, their economics, and their ability to face future challenges in order to achieve the goals of sustainable development. 2030 SDGs have been launched by the United Nations with the aim of protecting human life and saving the planet through development which is achieved on three axes (economic, social, and environmental) due to the inability of the classical economy to achieve these goals in the formation of a new world order.

2021 ◽  
Vol 10 (2) ◽  
pp. 22-33
Mohammad Hossein Abedi Valoojerdi

Nick Joaquin (Nicomedes Márquez Joaquín, (1917-2004) is known for his unique style of writing, tropical Gothic, and applying gothic elements in his stories and novels. This paper examines his first novel The Woman Who Had Two Navels through the lens of postcolonial theory. The paper also investigates gothic narratives in his novel by applying David Punter’s literary-historical approach. Punter (2000), in his book Postcolonial Imaginings: Fictions of a New World Order, examines the metamorphoses of the Gothic as a genre in some selected novels and poems. The book depicts new manifestations of the Gothic during 20th century literature. This paper attempts to investigate how the elements of postcolonial Gothic as discussed by Punter are manifested in Joaquin’s novel. In doing so, the contrapuntal method of reading, introduced by Edward Said (1993), is also applied to explore the hidden parts of history in the novel.

Srđan Đorđević ◽  

The crisis of the nation-state in modern conditions leaves deep consequences for the achieved theoretical achievements of understanding state sovereignty. Globalization, which establishes the contours of the new world order, is increasingly influencing the foundations of the conceptual definition of the constitutive elements of the state as a form of social organization. State sovereignty is gradually coming under the impact of modern political tendencies on the global map, which justifies the need for analytical thinking about the theoretical scope of this concept. The paper critically treats and connects the basic postulates of sovereignty with contemporary developments in relations between states. The influence of the domination of the superior state on others is especially emphasized, in order to justify the position on the serious threat to the sovereignty and the very essence of the nation-state.

2021 ◽  
pp. 170-186
Vasilii Sacovici ◽  
Corneliu Radu ◽  

This article explores several aspects of the Border Phenomenon, such as philosophical, gnoseological, cultural, historical, and practical. Border aspects are treated in the historical civilization and evolutionary aspects. Based on the border analysis in the historical aspect, the authors came to the conclusion that Border, having undergone a long evolutionary way from the borders of tribal society to those of the modern national state, played an important role in ensuring safe functioning of the society, human life, activity of the state, international community development. In the situation of the present-time globalization process, innovative and digital revolution and formation of a new world order the Border is under pressure of new challenges and threats. In its turn, this requires that the state of develop modern forms and methods of border functioning

2021 ◽  
Vol 106 (6) ◽  
pp. 190-200
Viktor Iokhin ◽  

Knowledge of the directions of reformating the modern unstable world order allows Russia to determine its role which it can play in this process and its new format. Therefore, the purpose of our research is to identify the main trends in the development of political, ideological, civilizational, geopolitical processes that affect the formation of a new configuration of the world in connection with the transformations dictated by the change of the technological order. For such a study, the method of complex analysis of these processes and the method of comparisons were used in relation to a new model of human existence, which is formed under the influence of the transition to a new technological order. As a result, the author comes to the conclusion that all these processes, both individually and in combination, inevitably lead to the revival of the model of the bipolar world, but in its modified form. However, what is happening with the change of the technological way of life pushes these problems into the background, while the dilemma – to be or not to be for humanity as a species ‒ comes to the forefront with threatening force. It is between these "to be" or "not to be" the main watershed will take place between East and West in their confrontation passes.

2021 ◽  
pp. 171-186
Alexandre Vautravers

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