Far from the realistic concept and maximization of hard power in the security paradigm, the world is going with another major threat; Human security. Ensuring human security in the coming era can be a state’s key role in ensuring its survival.
The importance of the subject “Human Security” is of vital importance to today’s world due to the shift from industrialization to robotics and globalization. The world without human welfare policies or systems put in place by states will certainly have a destructive socio-economic structure. Economic war and any form of internal state instability affect the life of the individual, so the object of the referents in carrying out reforms must be individual and not state.
The first agricultural revolution started in the Neolithic era and continued for thousands of years which was followed by the industrialization of the 18th century. The upcoming third digital revolution is expected to last only a few hundred years.
The phase between the end of an era and the beginning of the new revolution brings great economic and moral loss to society and the state. The industrial revolution is the historical proof of this phenomenon. As the revolutions are shorter and shorter in time, we can therefore easily predict more and more eventful periods. Alvin Toffler in his book The third wave summarizes this phenomenon very comprehensively.
On the other hand, the world is moving towards globalization. Culture, powers, business, marketing, financial resources and trade are all linked. Any person or company that is negligent in comparing these technical influences in daily market life will call for an end.
Through the development of skills in education, underdeveloped countries can seize the chances of being part of the modern world and protect themselves from excessive technical burdens imposed by globalization, the era of robotics, the fifth industrial revolution or any other challenge. whatever.
The concept of old marketing and business without any academic skills or technical expertise is on the way out. Therefore, such revolutionary change, if not handled properly, can cause more destruction in the social world than industrialization has caused. Darwin’s theory of “survival of the fittest” took these aspects into account nearly two centuries ago.
Afterwards, the fourth robotics revolution will cause historic unemployment. Only technical and academic skills will be of vital importance in the growing paradigm. The concept of the efficiency of hard work and daily wages is not going to last in the age of robotics.
The main threat to this progress concerns the underdeveloped countries. In developed countries, advancement takes place slowly and gradually and with a controlled process. The company there has had enough time to familiarize themselves with the new concept. On the other hand, in the underdeveloped countries, the technology is directly obtained from the developed countries and this change happens so suddenly that the citizens do not have enough time to familiarize themselves with it. As a result, this leads to a reaction by the status quo and unemployment. The Android phone is one of the finest examples of this phenomenon.
But how to ensure human security? Non-governmental organizations (NGOs), voluntary organizations, and institutions all provide short-term or irrelevant solutions to securing human beings. States must regard this subject as of immense importance and must use their power and capacity for an effective solution. Some authoritarian state measures are needed to overcome this challenge.
As for the solutions, it should be remembered that population is one of the major factors in the ongoing economic and global resource crisis. In underdeveloped regions. Citizens conceive of the child as a source of income and that is why child labor is so common in these regions, and families with eight to ten children are so common among their population.
This poor management implies economic crises for these families and, therefore, a burden for the State. These eight to ten children will produce one hundred more children and these one hundred children will then produce ten thousand more children in two more generations, which leads to a disjunction in the relationship between the increase in population and the rates of development or employment.
Command economy and government control must be emphasized. Therefore, it will be necessary to emphasize the structure of socialism, especially in the university sector, somewhat similar to that of Scandinavian socialism. Total state control over the education system can resolve population and human, economic and social security. moral problem facing the state.
How should the system be? The state will take a specific amount of money from the parent at the time of the birth of a child. The state will determine this amount in proportion to the parent’s income and other economic determinants. The state will spend only this calculated amount on the education of the child and nowhere else. This means that the State, acting as an intermediary, will cover the expenses of educating the children by levying them on the parents. This will emphasize two propositions, one that education becomes a must for every child and the concept of a child as a source of income will be diminished.
In this, every child is not required to major in engineering or medical or social sciences, and they can select technical expertise degrees in their respective skills. Second, parents are required to only have children they can easily afford.
How will the parents of the poor pay the government for their child’s education costs? This will be determined by the economic determinants which will calculate the amount that the parents must give to the state. The additional amount needed will be taken from parents who are above the wealth line and will be spent on those who are below the poverty line. Then there are programs such as scholarships and loans. There are a number of creative ideas that cannot be covered in a single article.
This type of system may look like an authoritarian system, but it can be a key player in eliminating poverty as well as the demographic, food, technological and other crises that arise due to technological and demographic overload forever. Thus, a decrease in population growth, with an increasing literacy rate, will result in an equally good and healthy future.
Therefore, by developing skills in education, underdeveloped countries can seize the chances of being part of the modern world and protect themselves from excessive technical burdens imposed by globalization, the era of robotics, the fifth industrial revolution or any any other challenge.