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Come Carpentier is a French writer, traveller, editor, consultant and researcher born in the Canary Islands, who lives and works in India and in Europe (France, Italy.Switzerland), helping manage a private foundation and contributing to various journals and magazines. He has developed a theory to unify science and traditional wisdom systems under th name of "cosmosphy and psychosynthesis" and is a member of various academic and cultural institutions in Europe, America and Asia.
Friday, November 6, 2015(3 comments)
The New Bipolarity Analyzed
An article inspired by the thirteenth World Public Forum Dialogue of Civilizations held in Rhdoes Greece in October 2015 and dedicated to an analysis of the chaotic state of the world and to considering possible alternatives to the present state of global disorder.
Friday, October 18, 2013(2 comments)
Trends and Possible Future Developments in Asia
Asia is becoming once again, after a gap of two and a half centuries, the economic power-house of the world and is gaining the corresponding political and cultural influence. Five major trends and emerging developments can be singled and used to help us predict whether there will be intra-Asian conflicts or agreement and how that will shape the future international order.
Friday, June 7, 2013 THE ASTANA GLOBAL ECONOMIC FORUM - A Review
The 6th Astana Forum in Kazakhstan from the 22nd to the 24th of May 2013 was held together with the World Anti-Crisis Conference (WACC) under the auspices of UN. A number of Nobel Prize Laureates and statesmen gathered to thrash out strategies to move out of the enduring economic crisis. One of the most original initiatives was the plan for a Transeurasian Development Corridor (RAZVITIE)as a catalyst for a new economic model.
Tuesday, August 21, 2012(1 comments)
A Vision for the Future from Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan has taken various important initiatives to promote and inaugurate a new economic, currency and industrial development development strategy for the Eurasian region that may become globally valid as an alternative to the current failing and bankrupt neo-liberal order, known as the Jamaica Consensus. The new system is designed to restore the primacy of the real, technological economy over financial speculation.
Friday, October 15, 2010 Alternatives for global organization in the new century
This paper was presented at the eighth World Public Forum Dialogue of Civilizations, held in the island of Rhodes, Greece, from the 7th to the 11th of October 2010. It looks at major problems confronting mankind today and reviews the various solutions that are being tried or advocated. It breaks the alternative strategies in three kinds: modernist, archaicist and archeo-futuristic and proposes the third as our age's synthesis.
Wednesday, August 11, 2010(3 comments)
Diplomacy as an Expression of Civilization; The legacies of China and India
This paper was presented at a seminar on international relations hosted by the Chinese Institute of Foreign Affairs and the World Public Forum Dialogue of Cilizations, in Beijing on July 13th, 2010. It makes the case for reviving the theories and praxis of diplomacy of ancient Taoist-Confucean China and Hindu-Buddhist India, grounded in the philosophies and cosmologies of those fast rising countries, for a new world order.
Friday, August 21, 2009(2 comments)
possible next stages in the global economic situation
Many analysts and financial managers are predicting a new major crash by the fall of 2009 as a result of the unsound policies that are aggravating the huge debt accumulated by the US and other major powers in the last decades. The feared collapse may be much bigger than the September 2008 fall. The article attempts to map out the consequences and suggest solutions.
Friday, May 9, 2008(1 comments)
THE GREAT GAME REVIVED AND THE GEOPOLITICAL WAR OF CIVILIZATIONS
This article argues that a new cold war is pitting the USA, as a declining hegemon, and its allies against the SCI powers (China and Russia) for the control of Asia and the global economy, with Tibet as one of the theaters of strategic confrontation.