Перспективы устойчивого развития в условиях многомерного кризиса: Переосмысление концептов, ключевые факторы, условия успеха
The article examines key trends of the nowadays politics, economics and ideology from the point of view of the strategy of sustainable development. The authors analyze such phenomenon as the development of conceptual models of Post-capitalism, the decline of the middle class and liberal democracy, the crisis of ideologies and the rise of pseudo-ideology - populism. One of the central conclusions of the article is that the classical model of sustainable development proposed by the UN 30 years ago, including ecology, economics and social sphere, is no longer able to cover the whole complexity of what is happening. It should include at least two components - politics and ideology. In this case, we can talk about the formation of a multidimensional and favorable environment for moving towards the goals of sustainable development. Otherwise, the implementation of any global strategies (including the sustainable development) in socially fragmented, de-ideologised, crisis-ridden social systems seems unrealistic. In the context of sustainable development, the crisis of global governance, as well as the phenomenon of the integration systems that can assert themselves in the global space of political power, is rethought. From the point of view of science methodology, there is a need for further convergence between humanitarian disciplines studying sustainable development.