The article makes focus on the categories of sovereignty, macro-securitization, universal security, policy of disobedience, policy of "sticking", regional leadership e.g. The concept of security and its relationship with the ideas of threat and value is analyzed from philosophical perspective and consequently elevated to Barry Buzan''s concept of macro-securitization.
Based on the motto "War on Terrorism", Liberal ideology, idea of New World Order and the status (perceived or real) of USA as a hegemonic power and major initiator of the new order the article attempts at analyzing contemporary Balance of Power through intermingling terms of threat, security, hegemony and state sovereignty. Balance of Power is viewed in terms of adversity between regional leaders and hegemonic power and accordingly between the trends of particularistic securitization (attempts of states like Russia, China, North Korea, Cuba and Venezuela to propagate their securitization issues, soaked with anti-democratic and anti-liberal ideologies, and give them universal meaning) and macro-securitization (attempts of USA and its Liberal-Democratic allies to gain universal support for their securitization issues, soaked with liberal-democratic ideology). The article concerns itself with one of the most important part of the process of securitization that is securitization propaganda: "...when idea needs to be interpreted to peoples'' masses, when there has to be found connecting rope hanging from long-term generalized and abstractized political concepts down to everyday life". Pursuing securitization propaganda is available through media, music, literature, arts and movies. The article shortly analyses each of the means of pursuing securitization propaganda. The author tries to establish the idea that small states have no other alternative than that of "sticking" to stronger ones and taking part in the universal game of Balance of Power. Freedom of small state is a myth. This argument is supported by the example of Republic of Georgia at the beginning of 1990''s - its alternatives of foreign policy courses to be taken, the choice made and the consequences of that "ideal" choice of thorough freedom.
For the conclusion author refers to Jose Ortega Y Gasset''s ideas (from his book "The Revolt of the Masses" published in 1930) about the formation of European nation-state and consequently the natural and inevitable transformation to common European nationalism that would restore the regeneration ability of European civilization and integrate it. Author takes Ortega''s scheme and adjusts it to the Global level, consequently he suggests the epoch of Global nationalism (cosmopolitanism). In the end, the main idea of the article is summed up in the formula: "Hegemon+Mundialism VS Regional Leader+Regionalizm", that is the extremely generalized picture of contemporary International System.