The world lives in hope of the cross-fertilization of two seemingly unrelated concepts – global security and tolerance. We know little of them. The concept of national security, that is, security limited by actions only within the national boundaries of any state, has practically disappeared today.  It has given way to global security, which is described in terms of a planetary framework, including, of course, outer space, as well as the Earth in its entirety. On the other hand, the global world cannot live without tolerance − a value of civilization that is equivalent to security. Tolerance is a tool that gives a society an opportunity to examine and reflect on its various underlying concepts and beliefs, so they become clear and transparent. Without tolerance no development is possible along any line of social activity. It is an instrument of perceiving innovations in science, technology, art, medicine, political science, philosophy and so on.  The world we live in is going through more than one crisis simultaneously. The economic crisis >