The Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) is an inter-governmental alliance, comprised of 120 Member States supported by 17 Observer States (137 countries).
The “Principle of Non-Alignment” is to reject aligning with dominant countries, to preserve political independence and national sovereignty, necessary for human rights. This principle promotes “bilateral arrangements” of diplomatic relations between individual States, and holds that “consultation of participating countries in international forums [is] not intended to form a regional bloc” (1955 NAM Bandung Conference, A-4, A-12).
There is no contradiction in an alliance being “non-aligned”. This means that individual States are allies in asserting decentralized independence, refusing to be “aligned” with any dominant block of countries imposing centralized control.
President Soekarno of Indonesia became King of Nusantara (Archipelago Islands), the historical cultural leadership of the Royal Alliance of Independent States (RAIS) at that time, in 1926. For earned merit as a nationalist populist cultural leader, he was thus also established as Crown Regent of the Royal Alliance in 1926.
The NAM alliance was founded based upon the “Bandung Conference” in Indonesia in 1955, hosted by President Soekarno, and was established at the “Belgrade Summit” in 1961 led by Soekarno (2016 NAM 17th Summit Declaration, Preamble: Point 1).
Confirming the leading influence of the Royal Alliance, the founding Bandung Principles of the NAM alliance recognize the ancient kingdoms as “the cradle of great religions and civilizations”, with “cultures… based on spiritual and universal foundations” (1955 NAM Bandung Conference, B-1, B-2).
This evidences a leading role of the Royal Alliance of Independent States (RAIS), at that time represented by President Soekarno as Crown Regent of the Royal Alliance, as the driving force promoting the NAM alliance.
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The Non-Aligned Principles recognize sovereign countries as independent “civilizations” each with its own unique national character, and condemn “colonialism… in whatever form” which “suppresses the national cultures of the people” (1955 NAM Bandung Conference, B-1, B-2).
The Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) condemns the “evils arising from… foreign domination” which is a “denial of fundamental human rights”, and the “collective” treaty organizations which “serve the… interests of… big powers” by “exerting pressures” on other States (1955 NAM Bandung Conference, D-1, G-6).
The NAM alliance mandates “the transition from an old order based on domination to a new order based on cooperation”, led by “emerging nationalist forces” rejecting “neo-colonialism” and upholding “freedom [and] prosperity” (1961 NAM 1st Summit Declaration, Preamble: ¶3).
This geopolitical movement is driven by a mass awakening of the People, as “people are becoming increasingly conscious”, and “awareness of peoples is becoming a great moral force, capable of exercising a vital influence on the development of international relations”, by asserting “the will of their peoples” (1961 NAM 1st Summit Declaration, Preamble: ¶8-9).
The NAM alliance declares that the primary “cause” of “disregard of international law” violating human rights is the modernist ideology of Globalism, described as the agendas of “geopolitical interests” imposing “neo-colonialism” through the “centers of power”, meaning by centralization of international governance (2016 NAM 17th Summit Declaration, Preamble: ¶2).
The “Policy of Non-Alignment” which defines the NAM alliance is declared to be “the fight against” Globalist “neo-colonialism”, defined as “all forms of foreign… domination or hegemony” imposed through the “centers of power” of ill-conceived treaty organizations (2016 NAM 17th Summit Declaration, Preamble: Point 3).
It defines the Globalist threat as “unipolarity” and “unilateralism” imposing geopolitical domination, and defines the Nationalist solution as “multilateralism” of independent States for “promotion of a multipolar world” (2003 NAM 13th Summit Declaration, Preamble: ¶2, Section 3). It condemns Globalism as “globalization” imposing “inequalities”, and promotes Nationalism as a “multipolar world order” for “security and wellbeing of our nations” (2006 NAM 14th Summit Declaration, Article 2).
The NAM alliance also opposes “the illegal policies of regime change [by] overthrowing constitutional Governments” (2016 NAM 17th Summit Declaration, Article 2), and condemns the corrupt mainstream news outlets as “the use of media as a tool for hostile propaganda” (Article 21).
The NAM alliance mandates creating new inter-governmental institutions as “an enabling international environment” (2003 NAM 13th Summit Declaration, Preamble: ¶6), for “democratization of… international governance” (Section 1: Point 4), and mandates to “Utilize fully… all existing… institutions… and establish new ones” (Section 2: Point 4) as the “new mechanisms” for restoring human rights (Section 2: Point 12).
It mandates to “strengthen the… structures… of the Movement” by new inter-governmental institutions as the infrastructure for implementing NAM principles (2006 NAM 14th Summit Declaration, Article 5), serving as “frameworks” for “multilateral” multipolar relations between free and independent States (Article 9(s)).
Ignita Veritas United (IVU) was specifically developed to be the new intergovernmental organization (IGO) mandated by the NAM Summits. IVU thus provides its official infrastructure resources as institutional support, serving as a vehicle for practical implementation of the policies of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM).
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