International development

The state attributes are becoming more vague, more diffuse responsibility and the relationship with citizens more distant. The tragedy is that nobody gets away with so much fragility. Neither politicians who see their scope of action is weakening, and their vision. Neither the people, who feel abandoned to their fate on behalf of an economic ideology which advocates derailed the fittest. A few are seen confused and exhausted, the other indifferent and apathetic.

a ste is, in my view, the framework that we must seek the causes, not from the financial crisis, but the chain of crises afflicting the world today. Ensure governance goes through the restructuring of states and their ability to adapt to current challenges. There is no turning back. We will have to rethink the concept of state sovereignty, dealing with globalization, with the huge companies and establish an international legal order to put order, ethics and justice in international relations. Governments will have to shed outdated management structures to acquire agile and intelligent tools to ensure accountability, transparency and communication. The task we can seem impossible if we lose sight that the goal is the welfare of peoples, their development and security in the broad sense of the word and its development, the expansion of individual and collective freedoms may, by itself, a solid barrier against abuses and extremism of all kinds and regularly contribute to an untenable situation for everyone. The solution to our problems is not in the a caza of brujasa , that not a few voices calling, but in the wisdom of the people who will have to listen and those who will have to rebuild a relationship that allows for more citizen participation effective in the task of government.

Will we meet the seizures that characterize the process of transition? In the present case, there would be a handover between two systems of government but of the ability to link in a responsible and quiet with a new era. Abdeslam Baraka former Minister and former ambassador of Morocco in Spain Solidarity Center Collaborations (CCS) is a service of social awareness of the NGO Solidarity, with the objective of informing and educating the society and media professionals on issues of solidarity, social justice, a culture of peace, human rights, with special emphasis on the fight against poverty, exclusion and environmental protection. The CCS part of the fundamental need to integrate information and communication development as an element of cooperation. Through its analysts made articles in professional format high-quality journalism adapted to the spaces of the media and disseminated through their international networks.