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European doctrine of mutual respect and cooperation

Corbu, Ion (2023): European doctrine of mutual respect and cooperation. Published in: Partidul Acțiunea pentru Bunăstarea Românilor PABR

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One can approximate the idea that political doctrines represent coherent sets of visions, principles and theses that enable the political organization and leadership of a country or groups of countries. In its content, a doctrine reflects a certain historical experience of humanity, based on observations and analyzes of previous doctrines and concrete results on society generated by previous doctrines. As many doctrines so far have contained within themselves the seeds of potential conflicts, the world has been concerned and is concerned with imagining and theorizing political doctrines that would ensure the development of society and the realization of relations between the members of society that would satisfy its general aspirations. At the same time, political doctrines must give society the general directions of action, the foundations of societal existence and economic and social performance. The doctrine presented in this work has a rational-empirical character. It constitutes a general solution to the disappointments and conflicts that the doctrines in the European societal space, until now, have generated. We have identified the idea that EDMRC can be a viable solution: cooperation and mutual respect in the European space, combined with Christian morality in a world where technological progress influences all areas of economic and social life. This doctrine can ensure, in the long term, both the harmonious development of society and the non-conflictual coexistence of different states.

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