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The global space for the international culture climate

Editorial

Dr. Tamaro J. Green

 

Cafaro (2017) recognizes the challenges for replication the success of one international or regional organization to another in a different cultural climate.  Cafaro (2017) also notes the economic and policy challenges of representative supranational democracy.   Cafaro (2017) provides examples of how the roots of supranational democracy are fertilized within the limited realms of global creative spaces.

The global creative space in the rudimentary form of technology and social media networks has the opportunity to one day serve as a prototype for the supranational citizen model.  Today, the participation of these tools in the global democracy, once seen as the obvious next step, is obscured by the security, privacy, and ethical issues of recent years.

Social activism serves as representation in the global democracy as it exists today, although social activism may often lack legitimacy, individuality, or authority.  A global democracy may enable a world view among regional conflicts that would reduce the motivation of the conflict in an ideal setting.  The multilateral mediation of technology companies to deliver that ideal relies on their willingness to curb earning profits from conflicts.  Crisis has served also as an opportunity for profit for the technology companies we offer as the venue of democracy.

The limitation of an international creative space to pursue supranational democracy is restricted by the commercial control of digital operations.  The combination of the redlining of funding, the shielding of illicit investors and the gamification of personally identifiable data has led to a conglomerate of corporations which share strategies and information and capitalize off of the misfortunes of people that have been colonized by the health pandemic, economic crisis, and historic conditions plaguing large communities of people.  However, if these early restrictions on technology are removed, the scientific knowledge of communication can support the global space for the international culture climate. 

 

References:

Cafaro, S. (2017). Democracy in international organizations: Arguments in support of a supranational approach. The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Global Studies(12), 7-19.

 

 

Dr. Tamaro Green is a computer science researcher and the founder of TJG Web Services.  TJG Web Services, LLC is a consulting firm in the field of information technology.  Dr. Green writes on topics of privacy, security, and ethics in information technology and computer science.

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