Disparate regimes

There are all types of government systems on the planet : democratic republics, presidential, single-party regime, oligarchic, plutocrat, religious, autocracy and absolute, constitutional or islamic monarchies. This patchwork does not facilitate consensus in the event of dispute, and still less the move towards a true and universal democracy.

As regimes, the world is diverse. Inequality is apparent and the gap between rich and poor is increasing constantly. The big northern countries – United States and western Europe – have military, political, economical and technological power. China has similarly climbed to the status of big economical and military power. As for Russia, it seeks to make its voice heard on the international stage. In addition, countries with rapid population growth are emerging in the image of India and Brasil. Certainly, these two countries do not enjoy the same economic performance today. Some states have imploded (U.S.S.R, Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia for instance) and European Union has expanded after the will to join this pole for the future of a number of countries. The crisis affecting the eurozone is still threatening.

The civilization of the early twenty-first century, which results in a development of thousands of years, is a fragile patchwork in the long run. Would a form of global governance allow to move towards a peaceful structure and which works for the good of humankind ? Would a reform of the State create this new architecture or vice versa ? This transformation should take place, in my opinion, synchronously. Further, a supra-State governance would result in a failure. Indeed, it would be appropriate to ignore cultural identities. The fires of violence would multiply and the world would end up burning.

The solution would be to make a community of democratic states. This thing will not exist under the auspices of a big power as United States or Europe. A process of democratization will not be imposed thus on China and Middle East. Such an impovement on a global scale seems to be a daunting challenge or even a chimera. The progress of society, faster than that of institutions, has moreover resulted in a crisis of the democratic state. So now this one suffers from a deficit of legitimacy.

Admittedly, the Triunicie would usher in a new era. Because it would allow the world to move towards a universal model where the sovereignty of States would be respected. Political and economical universality is possible in compliance with culture. Each of them could remain in existence without repudiating its traditions and by adhering to a global standard. It would be obviously important to renounce to what prevents a fruitful integration within the « triunite » core (that is of the Triunicie). The Triunicie would reconcile the governance of peoples and harmonious relationship between countries. It does not correspond in no case to a political system which has the secret ambition to rule the world. It does not plan thus on supervising or ruling the States through a legal and economic authority. The « triunitary » principle (that is the principle of the Triunicie) binds nations to a same form of governance. Quite logically, many may wonder how these ones will come to elect this model. Such change will not happen following a deliberate decision by heads of states, but following a legitimisation through a democratic process.

The advent of the Triunicie would change the face of the world as well as the inter-State relations. That also would discard the old demons that humankind likes to sustain. It is not perfect, but it is a nice progress.