StatusThe thesis was presented on the 4 April, 2005
Approved by NCAA on the 21 April, 2005
Abstract– 0.28 Mb / in romanian
– 0.35 Mb / in russian
The purpose of the thesis consists in a social-political investigation of the causes, essence and main forms of antiglobalism in the context of the global problems of contemporaneity. The object of investigation – problems of international relations and global development. The subject of investigation – theory and practice of antiglobalism’s movement in the modern world.
The methodological basis of the research is the group of scientific principles of investigation of antiglobalism in its interconnection with the processes of global development in the contemporary era. While investigating have been used the following methods: concrete-historical, dialectical, system and structure functional.
Taking into account the specific character of the object under consideration as a selforganizing, nonlinear and open system the author has used a synergetic approach that has become fruitful to enhance the prognostic and that of recommendation components of the theory and practice of antiglobalism, has created a feasibility to present an alternative forecast and perspectives of antiglobalism movement’s development as well as society on the whole.
The investigation is a resumptive work in which for the first time in a systematic way are presented phenomenon of antiglobalism, are discovered the causes of its origin, its essence and content, trends and prospects of its development.
For the first time is studied the specific of antiglobalism’s movement in the different countries, regions and continents.
In the thesis is studied, systematized and summarized wide range of sources (U.N. Development Program Reports, U.N. Security Council Resolutions, agreements signed within World Trade Organization), politological and economical literature, mass-media and Internet publications, speeches by public and political figures.
The thesis contains conclusions and recommendations to the international
organizations, national governments (first of all to the governments of states in
transition), as for the elaboration of the internal and foreign policy strategy for the
sake of peace, stability and harmonic development of the mankind.