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Complexity of the regional sub-systems

The aim of the group's research will be to analyze the transformations of subsystems due to digitization conditions.

The research group’s main assumptions are:

• A system composed of sets of known regional subsystems, unrecognized systems, and other elements.

• A characteristic of the system is its sensitivity to initial conditions that are subject to changes and its constant evolution leading through self-organization in a chaotic situation. Only on this basis can we understand that the flutter of butterfly wings, which reflects the outbreak of the pandemic in China, and more precisely, a virus outbreak at a Wuhan market. ​

• Approaching chaos in system triggered mechanisms: on the one hand, cooperation to improve the situation in the system (production and distribution of sanitary and medical materials, similarly to vaccines) at various levels simultaneously at the state level (bilateral agreements).

• We ask how the multilevel connections of the Asian subsystem with the system changed as a consequence of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic in 2020, and referring to the theory of complexity, how the adaptation took place, what connections the self-organization process led to.

 • An interesting phenomenon is the multi-level connections of subsystems with the system, which in international relations reflect the research of regional subsystems with   functional, geographical connections through people, the state apparatus, religious,   sociological, cultural, economic factors, etc.

 • If one examines the consequences of linking subsystems with the system using  complexity theory, it is possible, for example, to explain the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic in Asia in 2020 (Asia as a regional subsystem) and the consequences of the pandemic.

 • Understanding the links in the system only in a linear way, the outbreak of the pandemic in Wuhan should respond primarily to repercussions in the immediate vicinity, i.e.: Hong Kong, Taiwan, then Singapore, Vietnam, Japan, South Korea, etc. These countries are very well connected, among others through sequencing in supply chains, communication,  transport, penetrating workforce and finally the value system, they create a closer network of connections.