Belgrade Forum is an independent, non-partisan and non-profit association. It was established in March 2000 by organizing the first International Conference titled “International Relations at the Beginning of a New Century” (March 17th and 18th). In the past years, the Forum has organized dozens of international and national conferences, round tables and other public gatherings. In paralel, the Forum nas developed intensive publishing activities. It has published so far about 150 books and publications.
What the Forum Does?
The Belgrade Forum is self sustained association supported by membership fee and friends` donations coming mainly from Serbian Diaspora. Part of income comes from sale of books. The Forum’s membership comprises academicians, professors, diplomats, journalists, publicists, economists, engineers, writers, artists, entrepreneurs, publishers, military analysts, etc.
Internal democracy is inconceivable without democracy in international affairs, and vice versa. It would be a sad future for the mankind if internal one should be based on the principle of hierarchy instead of the principle of democracy! As early as at the low-level economic, technologic, democratic and cultural development, the society chose to discard rubber-stamping and dictate as the means of the retrograde politics. Certainly, there is no rationale to revive such theories and efforts, such as, for instance, is the theory on “limited sovereignty” and the like. For example, which Western European or North American country would accept an open interfering in its electoral process in the name of globalization and “new notions of sovereignty and territorial integrity”?
|Overstatement from Davos 2017.|
Liberal corporative capitalism, for reasons of lowering traveling costs, proposed not to travel to history alone but packed togather with NATO, EU and unipollar World Order.
Workers participation has good chances to step in provisionally, buying time for full scale workers selfmanagment.