“In order for globalization to be of benefit to all, we must think about implementing a ‘multifaceted’ form, supporting a healthy struggle for mutual recognition between the collective identity of each people and nation and globalization itself. The multilateral instances (global governing institutions… i.e. United Nations, World Bank, International Criminal Court etc…) were created in the hope of being able to replace the logic of revenge, the logic of domination, oppression and conflict with that of dialogue, mediation, compromise, harmony, and the awareness of belonging to the same humanity in the common home. Certainly, these bodies must ensure that states are effectively represented, with equal rights and duties, in order to avoid the growing hegemony of powers and interest groups that impose their own visions and ideas (for example the Declaration of Independence), as well as new forms of ideological colonization, often disrespectful of the identity, customs and habits, dignity and sensitivity of the peoples concerned. The emergence of these trends is weakening the multilateral system, (weakening the world government that is being established)…”
Therefore, the State is called to greater responsibility. While maintaining the characteristics of independence and sovereignty and continuing to pursue the good of its population, today it is its task to participate in building the common good of humanity, a necessary and essential element for the world balance (in other words, comply with the edicts of the world government). This universal common good, in turn, must acquire a more pronounced juridical value at international level.