Global Law is the highest regulator of planetary processes based on universal indicators of the stability of the planet and human health"
Global law as an institution, is more than just a social institution. This is a civilization institute, one of the most important objectivizations of the modern world-historical and historical-evolutionary level of development of civilization as the highest form of existence of human society.
Global law can show how mature civilization is in terms of humanism, biocentrism and biocompatibility. Only a global law that has developed a global civilization in its superstructure can have a future in the sense of the prospect of further existence, improvement and harmonization.
In the most general sense, the subject of global law is the planet Earth, as a system of interconnection of living and inert matter at all levels of organization and structuring. It can also be defined as a global ecosystem, including the biosphere, including society and humans, as a biosocial species.Despite the fact that inert matter and a significant part of living matter does not have legal consciousness in the socio-anthropological (rational) sense, it must be endowed with full rights in a global sense. This includes the right to existence, life, integrity, indestructibility, preservation and reproduction of natural evolutionary processes, connections and relationships.
Principles of global law:
• supremacy over international and national law;
• independence from religions, churches and non-confessional spiritual teachings, as well as national systems of law, ideologies and concepts of cultural identity;
• compliance with the highest (absolute) values: life, biocentrism, biodiversity, integrity and balance of the global ecosystem, freedoms and human rights, interests of future generations;
• the priority of human rights over the rights enshrined in national legislation
Global Law as the highest type and level of law in the world, as a universal branch and system of law, under which all subjects and objects of legal relations existing in the world equally apply: national states, international military-political and political-economic blocs and organizations institutions, trans-national corporations, groups and individuals. The mission of global law is to become an effective universal tool for the preservation of life on Earth and the transition from civilization of global problems and contradictions to a civilization of global consensus. The goal of global law is to form the legal basis for managing global relations and solving global problems at all levels of their objectification.