The other work we use for our research is a book "Making the International: Economic Interdependence and political order (A World of Whose Making)" edited by Simon Bromley, M. Mackintosh, William Brown and M. Wuyts. We pay special attention to chapter 6 of this work which considers the politics of liberalization in India as a bright example of transformation.
Besides we regard the discussions made by all above mentioned researchers including Jef Huysmans, Raia Prokhovnik, Sami Zubaida and other scholars about models of international order and issues of culture, rights and justice.
In order to define the place of issues of culture and human rights in process of transformation of world order we appeal to the works of Brecher, Childs, & Cutler "Global Visions: Beyond the New World Order" and Kupchan "Power in Transition: the peaceful change of international order".
We also find it necessary to pay attention to international documents such as The United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, The International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, and The Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action accepted in June, 1993 in Austria by the World Conference on human rights.
The end of Cold War has called into existence a number of trial attempts to define new world order. Meanwhile the only obvious fact is that the world community has entered a grandiose global transformation process which at least till now has generated more social problems, rather than solutions.
The end of rivalry between super-states and an increasing break in wealth and access to resources between states have contemporized with disturbing growth of violence, poverty and unemployment, number of homeless persons, and erosion of ecological stability. The world also became the witness of one of the deepest, since times of Great depression of thirties, global economic recessions.
At the same time isolated before nations get more and more close both voluntary and against their will due to growing integration of markets, formation of the new regional political unions, remarkable successes in the field of telecommunications, biotechnology and transport, which have stimulated unprecedented demographic shifts.
As a result of such a merger of people and cultures nowadays we may observe the world, characterized by increasing integrity, cultural variety, and supersaturated with intensity, confusion, and conflicts during the adaptation to pluralism. Quite clear that there is some aspiration to return to the former conventionalities, traditional cultures, fundamental values, and habitual steady self-perception. The point is that without sure-footed self-perception in whirlpool of the transition period people may appeal