Dragan Bunic, The World Federation: Review of the book

Review of the book
I. Foreword
II. Introduction
III. Contents
IV. World federation

Chapter I. IDEAS OF THE NECESSITY OF COOPERATION AMONG COUNTRIES AND THEIR ASSOCIATIONS
1. Ideas from the Ancient Period to World War I
1.1 Ideas from the Ancient Period
1.2 Ideas from the period of absolute monarchies
1.3 Creation of the North American Union
1.4 Ideas of Simon Bolivar
1.5 Ideas of Victor Hugo
1.6 Conclusion
2. Ideas in the period between two world wars
2.1 Ideas of Leon Trotsky
2.2 Ideas of Aristide Briand
2.3 Ideas of the two British lords (Lothian nad Curtis)
2.4 Ideas of Herbert George Wells
2.5 Ideas of Clarence Kirschmann Streit
2.6 Conclusion
3 Ideas after the World War II
3.1 Ideas of Winston Churchill
3.2 Ideas of Gary Davis
3.3 Conclusion
4. Ideas from the early 21st century
4.1 Proposal by Jacques Attali
4.2 Call for international solidary and responsible governance
4.3 Proposal by Jose Manuel Barroso
4.4 Proposal by Dragan Bunić
4.5 Enrico Letta
4.6 Conclusion
5. Confronting the creation of a world country

Chapter II. CRISIS OF MODERN COUNTRIES AND THEIR ASSOCIATIONS
1. Failure of world organisations of countries
1.1 Failure of the League of Nations
1.2 Failure of the United Nations Organisation (UNO)
1.2.1 Bodies of the United Nations Organisation
1.2.2 Security Council, a body of powerful winners of the World War II
1.3 Conclusion
1.3.1 Inadequate jurisdiction of the UN General Assembly and power of veto
1.3.2 Failure to specify the prohibition of acquisition and possession of nuclear weapons
1.3.3 State sovereignty
2 Failure of the European Union
2.1 Establishment and development
2.2 Legislation
2.3 Justice
2.4 Tackling the economic crisis
2.5 Conclusion
3. Failure of institutions active in the sphere of economy and finance
3.1 International Monetary Fund
3.2 World Bank
3.3 World Trade Organisation
3.4 Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development
3.5 Groups of industrialised countries
3.6 Conclusion

Chapter III. STRCTURE OF THE FUTURE WORLD STATE
1. Confederation or federation?
1.1 Parliament
1.2 Government and administration
1.3 Federal Bank
2. Federal states (member states of the World Federation of United Nations Associations)
3. Regional organisations of member states of the World Federation of United Nations Associations
4. Local authorities
5. Conclusion

Chapter IV. SECURITY
1. Police
2. Justice
3. Civil protection
4. Army
5. Conclusion

Chapter V. LEGISLATION
1. Legislation pertaining to different types of criminality
2. Legislation pertaining to economy and other spheres
3. Conclusion

Chapter VI. ECONOMY
1. Current issues in the world economy
2. Banking and finance
3. Multinational companies
4. Agriculture
5. Conclusion

Chapter VII. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

Chapter VIII. HUMAN RIGHTS
1 United Nations and human rights
2 Regional conventions on human rights
3 Conclusion

Chapter IX. RELIGIONS
1. Historical background
1.1. Judaism
1.2 Christianity
1.2.1 Division of the Christian Church into Eastern and Western Church
1.2.2 Rise of Protestantism
1.2.3 Anglican Church
1.2.4 Other Christian religions
1.3 Islam
1.4 Hinduism
1.5 Buddhism
1.6 Chinese religions
1.7 Other religions
1.7.1 African traditional or indigenous religions
1.7.2 Shintoism
1.7.3 Sikhism
1.8 Atheists and the undeclared
2. Link between religions and state authorities
3. Religious fanaticism
4. Conclusion

Chapter X. SOCIAL SECURITY

Chapter XI. EDUCAITON AND SCIENCE
1. Primary Education
2 Secondary Education
3 Higher Education
4. Science
5. Conclusion

Chapter XII. TRANSITIONAL PERIOD

V. Conclusions
VI. Bibliography

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