At the moment, we are witnessing changes of historical proportions, — the creation of a fundamentally new model of development of humanity.
This is happening for the first time since the middle of the 18th century, when England through industrial revolution launched transition of British economy to the model of capitalist industrial development and its social system into bourgeois democracy. That industrial revolution was followed by European states and the world.
Now, at the beginning of the 21st century, the world has begun transition to qualitatively new model that differs fundamentally from the model that has existed for three centuries, including, its basic system of production and social relations, the role of human intelligence, moral norms and values, fundamentally new methods of governing and system of international relations.
And just as it was in England in the 18th century, where there were few people capable of understanding and assessing the scale of what was happening, so today the transition occurs largely by trials and errors, and is generated by the group of countries that just defend their interests and try to change the existing system that blocks their development.