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Most people think world is more dangerous than two years ago - survey
by Lee Mannion
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
11 July 2018
On 11 July 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Concerns have risen over politically motivated violence and weapons of mass destruction. Most people think the world is more dangerous today than it was two years ago as concerns rise over politically motivated violence and weapons of mass destruction, according to a survey released on Tuesday (10 July).
Global Good News service views this news as the failure of modern world peace and government systems.
Such 'flops' highlight the need for more intelligent, evolutionary, Natural Law based, life-supporting systems.
Six out of ten respondents to the survey, commissioned by the Global Challenges Foundation, said the dangers had increased, with conflict and nuclear or chemical weapons seen as more pressing risks than population growth or climate change.
... 'It's clear that our current systems of global cooperation are no longer making people feel safe,' said Mats Andersson, vice chairman of the Global Challenges Foundation, in a statement.
Andersson said turbulence between NATO powers and Russia, ongoing conflict in Syria, Yemen, and Ukraine and nuclear tensions with North Korea and Iran were making people feel unsafe. ...
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