Publications of RCGG



GLOBAL PROSPERITY

Ian Kluge, A NEW PARADIGM FOR POST-MODERN DEMOCRACY
Problem:  Party politics have resulted in petty quarrelling, favoritism, uncooperativeness, short-sightedness, sectarianism, etc.
Solution:  Replacement of party candidates by independents, responsible representation, and appropriate governance.

Farhang Sefidvash,THE CONCEPT OF GLOBALIZATION
Problem:  Globalization is seen as a phenomenon harmful to the developing nations.
Solution:  Globalization should be considered as a natural process of human evolution.  The solution to its problems, to attain the well-being of humanity, may be sought  through global governance.

Farhad Sabetan, THE CONCEPT OF PROSPERITY
Problem:  The concepts of prosperity as wealth and utility areinadequate in the globalized world.
Solution:  The concept of prosperity based on the principles of unity and cooperation needs to be considered.

Farhang Sefidvash, THE WORLD INSTITUTE OF KNOWLEDGE
Problem:  The humanity loses further development of knowledge as most scientists and intellectuals retire while they are still capable and willing to contribute to the development of knowledge and teaching it.
Solution:  Establish the World Institute of Knowledge

Harold A. Linstone, TECHNOLOGY AND GOVERNANCE
Problem:  The pace of growth of technology and governance are not compatible raising a series of serious problems.
Solution:  The solution lies in rethinking of the system of governance and develop effective new arrangements.

John Bunzl, THE SIMULTANEOUS POLICY
Problem:  Competition is a major problem of implementation of any good decision.
Solution:  Implementation of Simultaneous Policy.


GLOBAL SECURITY AND WORLD PEACE



ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE

William Hatcher, RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MORALITY AND ECONOMICS
Problem:  The present day economic systems are failing.
Solution:  The solution to economic problems is spiritual in nature.
 

William Hatcher, THE NEW BASIS FOR ECONOMIC SYSTEM
Problem:  Neither Capitalism nor Socialism satisfy the needs of the modern age as technology has made their basis obsolete.
Solution:  A new economic system must evolve where its basis are service and cooperation.

Héctor Leis, GLOBALIZATION AND DEMOCRACY:MARKET, STATE AND SOCIETY
Problem:  Globalization seems to be leading to political apathy.
Solution:  We should respect and maintain cultural diversity of peoples. Unity in diversity rather than uniformity must be promoted.

Crispin R. Pemberton-Pigott, THE EFFECT SPIRITUAL PRINCIPLES MAY HAVE ON PRODUCT QUALITY AND ECONOMIES OF SCALE FOR INDUSTRIES IN THE 21ST CENTURY
Problem:  Resources not directed to solutions needed by the of masses of people.
Solution:  Raise awareness, show private companies successfully initiating social and economic transformation.

Walter Seifritz, "MATHEMATICAL TREATMENT OF THE FLOW OF CAPITAL IN A GLOBALIZED WORLD"
Problem: We do not fully understand the behavior of the flow of capital in the globalized world.
Solution:  We have established a mathematical model to describe this phenomenon.

Talgat K. Sirazetdinov, "ON MODELING SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC PROCESSES"
Problem:  At present a complete system of models, adequately describing national economy, does not exist.
Solution:  It is necessarry to develop a uniform system of models for the study of topics involving ecological, economic, political and social problems with the participation of scientists around the world.

Paul Hanley, AGRICULTURE: A FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLE
Problem: The agricultural system in the world is not satisfactory.
Solution: In the globalized world we need to establish a decentralized  system based first on individual and family; local and national self-reliance paired with a sophisticated interdependence on the global, national, and local levels.

John Huddleston, TOWARDS A WORLD ECONOMY
Problem:  Globalization has shattered the economic structures of  the nations.
Solution:  The new global economic system should serve the material, intellectual, and spiritual needs of all humanity.


REFORMING THE UNITED NATIONS



MORAL DEVELOPMENT
 

William Barnes, MORAL EDUCATION: A NEW FRAMEWORK (MD001)
Problem: Present educational systems focus on transmitting knowledge.
Solution: Schools must have the role of social transformer with  the consciousness of oneness of mankind.

William Barnes, MORAL EDUCATION: A NEW FRAMEWORK - full paper



HUMAN RIGHTS


THE STATUS OF WOMEN

TÁHIRIH

"A poetess, less than thirty years of age, of distinguished birth, of bewitching charm, of captivating eloquence, indomitable in spirit, unorthodox in her views, audacious in her acts, immortalized as Táhirih (the Pure One)..."

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THE NUCLEAR ACTIVITIES

Konstantin Grebyonkin, CONVERSION OF NUCLEAR WEAPON CENTRES: A UNIQUE CHANCE TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM OF GLOBAL ENERGY PRODUCTION
Problem:  Nuclear energy needs to be generated with greater safety.
Solution:  New nuclear reactor concepts with inherent safety need  to be developed.  The nuclear weapon centres could be redirected  to develop advanced nuclear energy sources.

International Nuclear Societies Council, A VISION FOR THE SECOND  FIFTY YEARS OF NUCLEAR ENERGY
Problem:  World will suffer from shortage of energy.
Solution:  Nuclear science and technology promise hope for humanity.



ECOLOGY

Robert A. White, SPIRITUAL FOUNDATIONS FOR AN ECOLOGICALLY SUSTAINABLE SOCIETY
Problem:  Nature is seen primarily as a storehouse of resources to be managed, harvested, and industrially processed for unmoderated Human consumption.  This materialistic philosophy is accelerating destruction of planetary ecological systems.
Solution:  A vision of wholeness in relationship to the Nature is required which incorporates the spiritual dimension.



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