Experienced Author and Engineer Shares Political Insight and International Solutions to Global Unrest
Human rights, world peace, an end to discrimination, murder, torture and other atrocities are seemingly an elusive pursuit. Despite noble efforts, the United Nations, Amnesty International, World Watch and other organizations have made little progress in the resolution of this worldwide disgrace; however, Alavi now proposes a formula that could be implemented to significantly impact human rights and world peace.
Reforming the United Nations has been widely advocated by many distinguished individuals. “In the years to come,” said Zbigniew Brezezinski in World Monitor, “the UN will have to be gradually reformed in order to make its structure more consistent with global power realities.” Alavi proposes a sensible new world order that promotes education, freedom, human rights, population policy and peaceful global participation based on a majority rule with respect for minority rights in a system where leadership is shared by all free nations. With the development of a democracy score (which represents the legal freedom that a nation provides its citizens), a liberty score (which represents the democracy score corrected for the human rights violations) and a civility score (which is a penalty on the liberty score when a nation contributes to tension), Alavi provides a practical method of participating in the United Nations.
Never before in history has our world changed so rapidly. No longer do the rich and strong control leadership or have a power monopoly. In fact, utilizing Alavi’s principles of harmony and cooperation outlined in his thought-provoking, fascinating and controversial book “Human Rights and a New World Order,” the United States and its citizens can finally bring about change for the better.
About the Author
Born in Tehran, Iran, Alavi came to the United States in pursuit of a higher education. He eventually earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in electrical engineering from Texas Tech University, another master’s in business with a specialization in international business from University of Houston and a doctorate in electrical engineering with a specialization in power generation and distribution from Texas A&M University. Alavi’s series, formula of expanding any continuous distribution in terms of another one, is a major advancement in mathematic and statistic fields, where special cases include the famous Gram-Charlier’s and Edgeworth’s expansions (Texas A&M University, Ph.D. Dissertation, 1989). Since 1972, Alavi has been working in the engineering and construction fields. Today, he serves as a management consultant to the oil and gas industry. His dual perspective of life – living in the East and West coupled with his wealth of international work experience – has influenced him to become even more passionate about the various global issues that must be resolved to improve human rights and realize world peace. In addition to “Human Rights and a New World Order,” Alavi has also published “O God!” (Scythe Publications, 1995) as well as articles in technological journals, including the prestigious IEEE Transactions. Readers and media professionals can visit http://MehdiAlavi.com for more information.
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