DC Analysis on Global Politics
In this section analysts of the Diplomatic Council – a global think tank in consultative status with the United Nations – present their views on global politics.
Instead of realizing the attribute that “The more you sweat in peace the less you bleed in war” the world of today is engrossing towards squabbles, antagonism, hostilities, provoking conflicts and clashes thus diminishing basic human ethics and resultantly disparaging the worth of amity and harmony. Peace is a continuous process, a daily, a weekly, a monthly, a yearly phenomenon, gradually changing views and opinions of masses, slowly eroding old barriers and paving way for remolding and building up new structures in decades of time for humanitarian betterment.
The terribly devastating consequences brought up by the nuclear bombings upon Hiroshima and Nagasaki reminds us of its deadly ruinous and irreconcilable impacts. Secondly, the currently prevailing North Korean issue also holds nuclear armament as a base root. As a matter of fact recent trends have brought the nuclear non-proliferation regime to a moment of grave crisis. Bolstering international restraints on the world’s deadliest weapon requires such realistic and concrete steps which strengthens and rebounds the existing treaties, partnerships and institutions. The need of the hour is to draft a global alliance for developing a system of layered nuclear fuel assurance for combating nuclear terrorism, improving economic stats rather than military strengthening, resulting in improvement in the life of a common man by reduced poverty rate.
We are about to code ourselves into oblivion – Yet it seems the persons in charge still misjudge the menacing risks but also ignore the opportunities and benefits. The Diplomatic Council Institute for Digital Transformation has recently been established to raise awareness for the political and social impacts arising from digitalization and artificial intelligence. We all, politicians, scientists, entrepreneurs and all persons concerned, we have to make digilisation part of the political agenda, not only the scientific agenda. This is something that shouldn’t be left to scientists and private corporations. We are talking about the future course of humankind so all of us – we must work hand in hand – together – to ensure a smooth transition to the next stages of mankind.
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It’s a pest indeed, the sudden rise of so-called fake news distributed via the internet and social media channels trying to influence public opinion. Authorities are panicking and their reactions may even prove dangerous to our societies, more dangerous than the fake news themselves.
The Diplomatic Council Commissioner for UN affairs Mr. Jamal Ahmed Qaiser consider that Kashmir issue is an obstinate and unresolved lingering core issue that has bedeviled and afflicted the two neighbor’s relations and this pending imbroglio needs to be resolved expedite.
DC Commissioner Mr. Jamal Qaiser perceives that the whole North Korea scenario is triggering a rivalry atmosphere among the big powers as USA, China and Russia are the major world players who are being unnerved and drifted towards warfare. Mr. Qaiser has hallmarked the desideratum of insinuating such remodeled policies that have the tendency to retrench and truncate the prevailing tensions.