About the product
The change towards peace is increasing and international cooperation is growing, but as hopes for peace are on the rise, the United Nations is in decline. This paradox must be explained. This book describes why the search for peace through international organizations has always failed. It sketches a theory of peace and its relationship with the mode of production, which explains why peace exists in the North, but not in the South. It shows why the present United Nations system is not equipped for the needs of the modern world and why it is necessary to establish a third generation of world institutions.