International scientific consortium IMC
“___” ___________ 2019
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OFFER of the International Scientific Consortium IMC
On the implementation of COUNTRIES' RIGHT
TO GLOBAL INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Open letter to the UN Secretary General,
the leaders of the EU countries, European Parliament, EU Commission,
GUAM countries (Georgia, Azerbaijan, Moldova) and Turkey
The Offer of the International Scientific Consortium IMC introduces the frame of "Countries' Right to Global Institutional Development", which provides economic growth in the overall competitive imperative "Countries’ contribution to the world development".
The project addresses sustainable development issues, including adaptation to climate change, as well as the objectives set out in the Report of the Gambari-Albright Commission on Global Security, Justice & Governance “Confronting the crisis of global governance” (2015).
Today's world is changing rapidly and needs both a new economic paradigm and a strategic vision for a viable future. Meanwhile, global uncontrolled changes are leading to the actual collapse of law and, as a consequence, to "financial vulnerability" and "policy uncertainty", as the IMF has consistently noted. Transition to the economic phase of the peak values of Kondratiev waves (K-waves, the long economic cycle) (which are known to wipe out from the map of the world the states, elites, economies and human lives) combined with global climatic and environmental changes creates the highest threat to human civilization.
Attempts "to improve, reform, and modernize" do not solve the growing problems, and further deepen them. The search for "new shapes", the boom of "digitization" (including "digitization" of governance), as well as international and national development strategies, despite their considerable funding, are limited by fragmentary actions and populist discourse and are unable to capture neither the complications of reality, nor the growing challenges.
Responding to these needs and taking into account the objectives set out at the International Conference “Developing Anticrisis Model for Sustainable Development - a New Dynamics of Growth”, and expressed in a letter supporting the work of the Consortium on behalf of Ms Federica Mogherini (High Representative of the EU for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, 2014-2019), Consortium IMC has conducted research to develop a "digital frame for strategic governance and economic collaboration" that would provide institutional engineering to manage global challenges and the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals.
This frame, which implements the natural right of the countries on development, has been developed. It creates a coherent legal space that combines social and economic activity with the principles of international law and the legal mechanisms of corporate (economic) activity. The digital governance frame differs from existing institutions (operating in a rational concept “time-place-event”) in that it introduces a new three-dimensional ontology that encompasses objective factors (science, proven and accepted entities), subjective forms (emotional cognition, populist cognition, individuality) and transcendental communication (content-motivation-artificial intelligence).
Institutional engineering, by making changes to the parameters of transcendental communications, enables: 1) to regulate the feedback on the basis of the financial-banking system and to protect the personal data and privacy, using the institute "banking secrecy"; 2) to change (quantitatively and functionally) institutions depending on the context of social, economic and geo-ecological challenges. This removes the "crisis of global governance" and provides a highly stable platform for the implementation of the "right of countries to contribute to world development."
In general, the Digital Governance Frame, which aims to achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals, is being implemented through the establishment of the International (Interstate) Corporation (Hub) for the Management of Sustainable Development Projects (hereinafter – the Hub).
The Hub provides the following benefits:
· For banks, this project is an alternative to Fintech, counteracting the destruction of the integrity of the financial system, and ensuring its development through institutional management of new markets and emerging economic entities (market of sustainable development projects, digital property market, digital companies).
· For corporations, the project creates an international law format that ensures development and growth based on long-term large-scale contracts that provide investment immunity, privileges, preferences and guarantees.
· For governments, the project provides employment and consumption growth, stamp duties and taxes on digitization, a significant reduction in corruption, and cyber security guarantees.
Economy has always come out of the crisis by changing dynamics, accompanied by wars and revolutions, which introduced new mechanisms and new markets. The Hub provides a painless breakthrough for new economic dynamics, ensures the growth of the corporate sector, as well as allows to coordinate efforts to prevent and eliminate the consequences of climatic disasters and conflicts, which may cause or has already led to hostilities.
The most important result of the research is understanding the urgency of introducing a new imperative of world development. The concept of "living space" ("lebensraum") should be replaced by the imperative "Contribution of countries to world development". This imperative is based on an “all-encompassing moral law” that is inherent in every nation and envisages the development of national sovereignty in the overall competitive process of achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals. In this context, the European Green Deal, declared by the EU Commission, is capable of securing Europe's leadership in the new narrative of international development.
In accordance with the principles of the UN Charter and the Sibiu Declaration (May 9, 2019) of the European Union ("Europe will continue to be big on big matters..."), we suggest to the leaders of the EU, European Parliament, European Commission, and the leaders of the GUAM countries and Turkey to take part in finalization of the project (taking into account the UN Charter: Articles 57, 63, 64) and its implementation, and include their representatives to the Working Group of the moderators of the project.
The draft International Declaration, International Agreement and Argumentation can be found at www.c2n.biz. E-mail to designated representatives of countries – potential founders: firstname.lastname@example.org. Phone: +380 50 558 69 17.
On behalf of the Scientific Council of the consortium,
Coordinator: Dr. Sergei Polenok, Executive Director. Tel.: +380 50 558 69 17. E-mail: contentnet. . hub @ gmail . com