Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov Says A ‘New World Order’ Is Being Formed

by Geoffrey Grider

Lavrov made the comments at his annual meeting with students and professors at the Foreign Ministry’s Diplomatic Academy, reported Russian state news agency TASS.“The Western liberal model of development, which particularly stipulates a partial loss of national sovereignty – this is what our Western colleagues aimed at when they invented what they called globalization – is losing its attractiveness and is no more viewed as a perfect model for all. Moreover, many people in the very western countries are skeptical about it,” Lavrov said.According to him, global development is guided “by processes aimed at boosting multipolarity and what we call a polycentric world order.”

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov declared today that the Western, liberal model of society is dying, and a new world order is taking its place.

I don’t know what life is like in the country where you live, but here in America things are absolutely changing at a very rapid pace. Models of economics and finance which have been in place from our beginnings in 1776 are now being openly challenged. Even our free system of government, once the envy of the entire world, is in danger of being overthrown by forces seeking her downfall. I cannot speak for the whole world, but here in the United States there is utter chaos.

Had it not been for the unforeseen election of Donald Trump, America under Hillary Clinton would already be embracing the globalist utopia preached by former president Barack Obama. That’s the main reason why Trump is so hated by the Liberal fakes news media and the global elites.


Russia Says ‘New World Order’ Being Formed

FROM TSARISM: Lavrov made the comments at his annual meeting with students and professors at the Foreign Ministry’s Diplomatic Academy, reported Russian state news agency TASS.

“The Western liberal model of development, which particularly stipulates a partial loss of national sovereignty – this is what our Western colleagues aimed at when they invented what they called globalization – is losing its attractiveness and is no more viewed as a perfect model for all. Moreover, many people in the very western countries are skeptical about it,” Lavrov said.

ACCORDING TO HIM, GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT IS GUIDED “BY PROCESSES AIMED AT BOOSTING MULTIPOLARITY AND WHAT WE CALL A POLYCENTRIC WORLD ORDER.”

“Clearly, multipolarity and the emergence of new centers of power in every way requires efforts to maintain global stability and search for a balance of interests and compromises, so diplomacy should play a leading role here,” Lavrov went on to say. “Particularly because there are a lot of issues that require generally acceptable solutions. These include regional conflicts, international terrorism, food security and environmental protection. This is why we believe that only diplomacy can help make agreements and reach sustainable decisions that will be accepted by all.

“The US and its allies are trying to impose their approaches on others,” Lavrov noted. “They are guided by a clear desire to preserve their centuries-long dominance in global affairs although from the economic and financial standpoint, the US – alone or with its allies – can no longer resolve all global economic and political issues,” he said.

“In order to preserve their dominance and recover their indisputable authority, they use blackmail and pressure. They don’t hesitate to blatantly interfere in the affairs of sovereign states.”

Understanding the New World Order | Fortune
The geopolitical challenges of our times are more complex than ever. As globalization continues to spread in some parts of the world, the strength of developing countries is increasing, creating tensions between emerging and established powers and giving rise to protectionist and nationalist sentiment. As our population rises, millions of global citizens will join the middle class, placing new demands on governments and service providers. How should global business leaders respond to these dynamics and what will American leadership look like in this new world order? Jami Miscik, Vice Chairman and CEO, Kissinger Associates Interviewer: Leigh Gallagher, Fortune.

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