A critical analysis of the new UN strategy for sustainable development for the period up to 2030, adopted at the 70th session of the UN General Assembly in 2015, is carried out.it is Shown that this strategy lacks a number of important geopolitical, information and humanitarian problems of global security, without which further sustainable development of civilization is impossible.
The article notes that V.I. Vernadsky paid great attention in his writings to the formation of a scientific worldview in which globalism and evolutionism occupied a significant place. The scientist laid the scientific foundations of the research of global processes and can rightfully be considered the founder of the science of the global world.
The analysis of the main trends, challenges and threats to the development of civilization in the XXI century and related new strategic objectives of the education system. The structure of this complex problem is given and its most important humanitarian components are highlighted. The special importance of the information direction of the society development is noted, the result of which will be the formation of a new type of civilization – information civilization. Therefore, the study of the basic laws of the formation of this civilization in the education system is an urgent task of the new education system. Another task is the timely training of the elite and leaders of the new generation, the formation of their scientific Outlook and responsibility to society.
Examines the problem of trust in geopolitics, which is seen as a necessary condition of global security in the modern world. Special attention is given to international and inter-ethnic aspects of the problem, and the problem of trust in the government. It is shown that these aspects are the reasons observed in recent years of increasing international and social tensions.