The Forecast Of Forming The Global Socium Institutions On The Basis Of Simulation Modeling: The Main Principles
The modern humankind is known to have faced a number of insoluble civilization problems which can cause destructive global processes. In the context of growing conflict tendencies of the XXIst century it is getting evident that the existent institutions of the global socium – supranational organizations and the system of international exchange of resources – do not provide development of the global civilization without conflicts. Therefore the most urgent task of nowadays is to make a forecast as to forming such social institutions that can guarantee coexistence of local civilizations without conflicts as well as sustainable development of the global socium of the XXI st century.
Volume (Year): 10 (2009)
Issue (Month): 2 (November)
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