Global Sustainable Development in the Context of Geopolitical Challenges: the Possibilities of Russia`s Spatial Potential
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The article identifies the existing international basis for the new global world order and for overcoming the danger of global uncertainty. New geopolitical challenges necessitate the unification of global discourse in terms of strategic issues of the world economy, on the one hand, and, on the other hand, creating a sustainable system of international security. Agenda 21, adopted at the Rio-92 Summit in accordance with the concept of the sustainable development, as amended by the 1987 Brundtland Commission must become a basis for such unification in the twenty-first century. The implementation of the agenda in practice for three decades, interpreted by "globalists" as mega-services for ensuring continuous economic growth, provided to sovereign states by transnational financial-industrial groups at the expense of its specific payment in the form of benefits and preferences, has suffered a fiasco. The discreditation of the sustainable development concept has resulted in a situation where the belief in globalization as an undeniable common good was exploded. At the current stage of the global transformation, the fundamental triad of the world sustainable development, in the form of the balance among social, economic and environmental problems should be complemented by a system of political responsibility in international relations. At this, Russia has all leadership resources in the new world order "Sustainable Development 2.0". Russia's increased influence at the international arena, as well as its spatial potential can be of key importance.

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