New world order Essay

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new world order

The New World Order

The idea of a New World Order has been around for a long time. This ideal centers around
the concept of a one world government led by the United Nations. Many have praised the
idea of a New World Order, including some of our very own Presidents of the United States,
while other stand against the idea all together. In theory the idea of a one world
government would be nice, uniting the world as one, however the shortcomings, in my
opinion, out weigh the positive factors.

In 1989, the Cold War ended with the fall of the Berlin Wall, and the post-war ordeals
ended only two years later with the collapse of the Soviet Union. The Kosovo crisis has
tagged an end to ten years of disorder and uncertainty with international politics and a
breakthrough of a new order for the up and coming century. Today the world is dominated
by the idea of economic globalisation, that must be backed up by a new global security
arrangement. ( A suggested idea for the 21st century
government has been the ideology of the New World Order, one world government lead by the
United Nations. It would create new forms of global economics, global politics and
overlapping and diminishing cultures. The economic system would be based financial and
momentary supported by the New World Order. State borders would be either severely
reduced or erased in order to create a one-world government for the New World Order. Some
or all this may sound quite appealing but it would come with many strings attached, many
consequences and many drawbacks.

In a New World Order, as proposed by Mehdi Alavi author of A New World Order: Democracy,
Civility and World Peace, government would be based on the Law of Nature, or the Natural
Law. This would consist of global peaceful participation, majority rule and respect for
human rights. Although this may sound good on paper, the drawbacks and consequences are
never mentioned in the book. Some of the major problems with the notion of a New World
Order are that the states would experience a loss of identity, power and sovereignty as
well as combined and/or lost cultures for the citizens of the world.(Alavi)

In Article 3 of the Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen of 1789, it is stated
that “the principle of all sovereignty resides essentially in the nation.” This means
that governments are entitled to settle conflicts within their own states according to
their own laws without interference form the outside. By creating a New World Order state
governments would not only have outside interference in upholding their laws they might
not even exist at all. It is true that some states have been noting for abusing this law
against their own citizens, in cases like forbidding other states to come to the help of
their victims as in Yugoslavia. Such cases are not heard of quite often, and are
certainly the minority. If the law from 1789 were to be broken, states would lose a great
deal of authority, power, respect and ability to stay in

The concept of globalization, both economically and otherwise, will prove to cause another
set of major problems. States identities as well as their sovergnity will be undermined
if not lost all together. It would cause for the abolishment of states and combining
cultures. Since sovereignty would now not lie solely with the states there could possibly
be a new concept of a world wide system of limited sovergnity, which might possibly lead
to a another concept of a sovereign individual. .(

By creating a one-world government all the various cultures of the world would be forced
to mesh together creating a “monolithic, homogeneous global culture.”
( Genuine diversity and uniqueness along with roots and
traditions would be destroyed. If the New World Order was to occur a world of traditional
cultural and communal relations cannot be expected. Rather a world of human beings with
no distinctive ties or loyalties would result. It would lead to the destruction of
community and society. The idea of a one-world order would cause for the sacrifice of
people’s national interests and security, in order for the idea to profit. Citizens would
also have to deny some of their independence and sovereignty in order to increase profit,
allow for free flow of capital and goods and to maintain a world economy.

A one-world government would be dominated by three major geographic areas: North America,
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