September 25, 2010
Recently a document was disclosed by the grace of the Freedom of Information Act entitled Global Governance 2025: At a Critical Juncture. The document, written by the American National Intelligence Council (NIC) and the European Union’s Institute for Security Studies (EUISS), outlines the agenda from now to 2025 for global government. It discusses the many obstacles in the quest for achieving global government and discusses the possibility, the desirability, of “designing humans with unique physical, emotional, or cognitive abilities.”
“While not being policy prescriptive, the report shares a strong belief—as exemplified by multilateralist approaches of the US and EU governments to resolving global problems such as the recent financial crisis—that global challenges will require global solutions.”, the document reads.
Stressing that issues such as proliferation and cybersecurity are already subject to sufficient international cooperation, the document states:
“(…) we focus on such issues…
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