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The XXI century will be a сentury either of total all-embracing crisis or of moral and spiritual healing that will reinvigorate humankind. It is my conviction that all of us - all reasonable political leaders, all spiritual and ideological movements, all  faiths - must help in this transition to a triumph of humanism and justice, in making the XXI century a century of a new human renaissance.

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16 August 2019

Mikhail Gorbachev "Essential Thoughts"

Mikhail Gorbachev: «My most urgent message is that it is time for every person and every nation to rethink their role in global development. Everyone needs to be involved. Everyone has a role to play. It is the personal involvement of each and every individual that will allow a new civilization to flourish on Earth» 

The book "Mikhail Gorbachev Essential Thoughts" published by Wisdom-Light Publications. Editor: Michael S. Karlen. New York. 2019

This book sets out, in a concise form, the ideas and ideals, the spirit and vision that guided Mikhail Gorbachev in his world-changing agenda. It also offers Gorbachev’s insights into how each of us can help turn the Doomsday Clock back again, by restoring humanist values and personal responsibility as the foundation of global politics.

This wealth of wisdom is an invaluable resource for overcoming the huge social and environmental challenges that humanity faces today. The boundless optimism and confidence of this colossal world figure can inspire each of us to play our role, large or small, in helping to create a sustainable and happy future for our planet Earth and all its inhabitants.

«As a leader, statesman, and moral and intellectual force, Gorbachev’s example and message will continue to serve as a source of inspiration to diplomats and citizens confronting the security, economic, environmental and social challenges of an increasingly interdependent world society».
SHARYL CROSS, Professor, San Jose University

IGOR ZEVELEV, Professor, Center for Security Studies

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