Viešosios tvarkos ir visuomenės saugumo ryšio aktualumas globalizacijos sąlygomis
The need to undertake the analysis of the relationship between social security and public order is stipulated by three global processes: 1) the formation of the information civilization; 2) the formation of supranational political communities and new identities associated with them; 3) the expansion of globalisation. These global processes transform the guarantees of social security and public order. The aim of this research is to uncover the fundamental transformations in the relationship between social security and public order that have resulted from the conflict between the social conditions dominant at the beginning of the information age and certain newly emerging factors. The discourse of the relationship between social security and public order has demonstrated that: 1. Social security, as a form of individual and communal security, has essential significance. Society creates itself only in the course of following common norms of behaviour. Therefore, there is as much society as there is effective social order. 2. Liberal public order is a consequence of the interaction between the national democracy and the market. However, in the course of the interaction between the national democracy and the market, it has also become apparent that the nation state cannot ensure the effectiveness of the liberal public order. Therefore democracy should maintain and promote the role of the civil society as a warrant of public order. 3. Globalisation affects the warrants of liberal order. Under globalisation, the power of the state and civil society to ensure the effectiveness and security of the liberal public order grows weaker.
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