07 International cooperation

The crisis phenomena challenging the world today have failed to become a sufficient impetus for sustainable global cooperation, as the events of recent years have shown.

To date, the humanity has entered into a new era of skyrocketing changes and large-scale transformation. Due to the “erosion” of the hegemony of the countries of the “collective West”, tendencies towards a redistribution of the balance of world power are intensifying, and the processes of establishing a new multipolar world order, which in many of its aspects is a more democratic and fair system of international relations, are gaining momentum. For many countries in the modern world, the unipolar model is becoming not only unacceptable, but also impossible.