Transformative change through constitution-making
LIKE the beginning of past centuries in the history of mankind, the dawn of the 21st century promised a new world that while not entirely free of food shortages, epidemics and armed conflicts brought to fore economic, social, technological and challenging political developments and opportunities as well.
For the first time in human history, more people die from «super aging» than infectious diseases and the violence of organized militaries as combatants. Take note also that national growth and ecological equilibrium could be destabilized any time. Global warming/boiling as worded by the UN secretary general and later described by him thus, "… the climate crises opened the gates to hell" referring to record-breaking temperatures, geophysical disasters (wildfires and melting of giant Arctic ice blocks), etc. — apocalyptic horses that threaten the livability of this beautiful blue planet.Register to unlock this article
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