Headline, December 28 2021/ ''' '' ALL ROSES-AMERICA APT '' '''

''' '' ALL ROSES-


THE WORLD STUDENTS SOCIETY TODAY : This great nation, The United States of America leads. The world rises to give this mighty nation a standing ovation.

What Do They Seek? America has always broadened the horizons, for all humankind to share. America's moment of truth and destiny is now in perpetual motion to arrive.

A unique moment for all living American Presidents. H.E. President Carter, H.E. President Bill Clinton, H.E. President Bush, H.E. President Obama, H.E. President Trump and H.E. President Joe Biden.

And then this mighty newspaper : The New York Times, and Dr. Fareed Zakaraia and Dr. M. Jawad Khan, University of California.

But now the students of America know, more than ever, that leaders and the world have their limits. WHY KEEP looking at them, again and again to build a better world for Mankind.

IN fair, honest and in total reconciliation, !WOW! understands that the students of America rose to lead not for kudos, accolades, or an ephemeral record. What they truly seek is to understand more intimately how precariously poised and suffering the world truly is, and they can affect it for the better.

Because today, the real honur and discovery is not so much about finding and inventing new things. It's about looking with new eyes at the marvels of our world, of love, peace, hope - rekindling in our new sense of wonder, in serving mankind and the future generations. And acting to preserve justice, dignity, and happiness in our pale blue dot in the universe.

The World Students Society is the exclusive ownership of every student in the world. Just as it is the exclusive ownership of every student of America.

AFTER the end of the Cold War and the collapse of the Soviet Union in 199, a steady stream of academic literature began to appear in Europe and the US posting that religion was going to make a comeback in the West.

But the initial installments of this literature were overshadowed by academic literature that claimed that the 'collapse of communism' would usher in a dawn of global democracy. Indeed, many dictatorial regimes did begin to erode. Amd most countries did begin to adopt democracy.

However, by the early 2000s, it became clear that the new democracies were not evolving into becoming liberal democracies as hoped, but into systems of 'illiberal democracy' - a term coined in 1997 by the American political commentator Fareed Zakaria.

Some also dub the this phenomenon as 'electoral authoritarianism,' in which elections do not stand up to democratic standards of being free and fair, and are only held to gave dictatorial personages 'democratic legitimacy'.

When the optimistic, post-Cold War theory of the global proliferation of liberal democracy fell on its face, the quality of democracy in various established bastions of liberal democracy, in Europe and the US, also began to alarmingly decline.

In the 2010s, with the outbreak of populism in established Western democracies, the debate has now turned inwards to investigate the causes of the decline. And since there's also an element of 'Christine Fundamentalism' attached to this populism, debates have also brought forth studies had predicted the rise of religion in the absence of a global communist counterweight.

Numerous books and studies are emerging on the revival of religion and this phenomenon's links with politics in the US and Europe.

IN THE EARLY 20TH CENTURY - the influential German sociologist Max Weber had predicted that an emphasis on science and reason would completely push religion into the private sphere.

He based his prognosis on the speed with which economic and political modernisation had taken place, and the manner in which the secularisation of politics and societies were gathering pace [ ever since the 18th century ].

The idea of ' developed ' countries is based on Weber's ' Modernisation ' theory, which posits a model of transition, from pre-modern to a modern society. Modern societies, in this context, are secular and sustained by modern modes of economics.

Weber's theory became a prominent paradigm in sociology, and for good reason. Till the 1960s, there was enough evidence to conclude that most transitional or 'developing' regions were aspiring to adopt the modernisation theory.

However, from the 1980s onwards, some academics began to question the theory's claim that the modernisation model would completely make religion a private affair.

The Honour and Serving of the Latest Global Operational Research on Can Religiosity and Liberal Democracy Coexist? continues. The World Students Society thanks author Nadeem F. Paracha.

With Most Respectful dedication to the Great Nation of America, Students, Professors and Teachers and then world. See Ya all prepare and register for Great Global Elections on The World Students Society -for every subject in the world : wssciw.blogspot.com and Twitter - !E-WOW! - The Ecosystem 2011 :

Good Night and God Bless

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