Gorbachev has created his own Foundation as befits a luminary in the globalist elite, operating in tandem with a gaggle of others. His hopes for the UNO are precisely those that were rejected by Stalin when mooted by the USA. The full name of the Gorbachev flagship is the International Foundation for Socio-Economic and Political Studies, established in 1991. This is how its doctrine is self-described:
…The Foundation’s conceptual framework is based on the belief that in the age of globalization Russia and the rest of the world need new thinking – a new interpretation of the ideas of progress and humanism and evolving principles for a more equitable world order…
The ultimate goal is nothing less than a new civilization based on humanism: “The keynote of the Foundation’s activities is Toward a New Civilization.”
The US branch is the Gorbachev Foundation of North America (GFNA), founded in 1997. The aim of GFNA is sated as being: “…to contribute to the strengthening and spread of democracy and economic liberalization through a program of advocacy, research, and education…” Note that democracy is predicated on commitment to “economic liberalization.” Another way of phrasing this is that the propagandizing about “democracy” and concomitant slogans such as “equality,” “human rights,” and the “open society” is as a façade for the plundering of a state by predatory international capital, as has been happening to the mineral wealth of Kosovo since its “liberation” from Serbia via NATO bombs.
Gorbachev, like Soros, has created a network of organizations and “spin-offs.” One of the first was the State of the World Forum (SWF), co-founded with James Garrison. Like the Bilderbegers and the Trilateralists, SWF brought together sundry luminaries to discuss how best to run the world. What was apparently pregnant with meaning for these world planners was that the inaugural gathering took place at “the historic Fairmont Hotel in San Francisco where in 1945 the UN Charter was negotiated.”
Convened by Mikhail Gorbachev and fellow Co-Chairs Oscar Arias, Ruud Lubbers, Thabo Mbeke, George Schultz, Rigoberta Menchu Tum, Maurice Strong and Ted Turner, more than 500 innovative leaders from 50 nations came together.
James Garrison, who originally chaired the GFNA, and now heads the SWF, stated the aim of the globalists unequivocally:
We are going to end up with world government. It’s inevitable … There’s going to be conflict, coercion and consensus. That’s all part of what will be required as we give birth to the first global civilization.
Of other co-founders of the SWF, Maurice Strong was the Secretary General of the 1992 UN Conference on Environment and Development (Earth Summit) that issued Agenda 21. Such is his influence that Strong was described by the New York Times as “the Custodian of the Planet”, being a principal advocate of “global governance” to overcome environmental and population problems, like others such a Gorbachev and his colleague Ted Turner. Strong served as Senior Advisor to UN Secretary General Kofi Annan; Senior Advisor to World Bank President Wolfensohn; and as Chairman of the Earth Council; Chairman of the World Resources Institute; Co-Chairman of the Council of the World Economic Forum; and member of Toyota’s International Advisory Board.  He served as an adviser to the Rockefeller Foundation, and on the Commission on Global Governance (CGG). He co-drafted the Earth Charter with Mikhail Gorbachev for presentation at the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, which Strong chaired. After the Rio Earth Summit in 1992 the Commission on Global Governance was established at the suggestion of former German Chancellor Willy Brandt, head of the Socialist International.  As per the formula of Gorbachev and others, in 1991 Strong stated that the Earth Summit would have a significant role in “reforming and strengthening the United Nations as the centerpiece of the emerging system of democratic global governance.” In 1995, the CGG stated in Our Global Neighborhood: “It is our firm conclusion that the United Nations must continue to play a central role in global governance.” The environment is an important means by which the globalists aim to scare the world into “global governance” to give them enhanced power. Create the problem and offer the solution: a type of dialectics. Strong is one of nine directors of the privately owned Chicago Climate Exchange (CCX), the only such exchange in North America.  Carbon credits are the new form of international banking.
George Schultz, who has served as Secretary of Labor, Treasury and State under presidents Nixon and Reagan, and as an adviser to George W Bush, is the chairman of the JP Morgan Chase Bank’s International Advisory Council Board of Advisors, the New Atlantic Initiative, Committee for the Liberation of Iraq, and Committee on the Present Danger, and is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. He is also a member of Soros’ Drug Policy Board, as is Vaclav Havel, first president of the post-Soviet Czech Republic in the wake of the “velvet revolution” orchestrated by Soros, et al.
In a scenario that has become familiar with globalist organizations, the SWF has engendered “spin-off organizations.” These include the Ethical Globalization Initiative. This in turn includes as its “institutional partners,” The Aspen, Institute, Columbia University, Sattachi & Saatchi and others. Global Security Institute deals with the problem of nuclear weapons, and in turn has a number of affiliated groups. Others are The Coexistence Initiative, and the Emerging Leaders Network, the latter to focus on influencing youth. Then there’s the Commission on Globalization. Each has their own programs and staff.
Among the Foundations that fund SWF are: Ford Foundation, Rockefeller Foundation, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation Corporate sponsors include: American Express, Time Magazine/Time Warner, Royal Bank of Canada, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Rabobank, KRW International…
Gorbachev also founded the Club of Madrid, and Green Cross International. The Club of Madrid focuses on bringing together former heads of state, currently comprising 79 former presidents and prime ministers from 56 countries. Green Cross International (GCI) was founded by Gorbachev in 1993. Again, this has a series of programs advancing the globalist agenda on the pretext of environmental concerns.
The Gorbachev Foundation, like other NGOs, actively seeks to reformulate the political processes and ideology of Russia via affiliates. The Raisa Maximovna Club, founded by Raisa Gorbachev in 1997 focus on Russian women. The same types of programs are used by Soros and others to undermine the traditional foundations of societies, generally in the guise of promoting “women’s rights.” The “Club” “supports initiatives that advance civil society’s influence in Russia and is an effort to actively involve women in this process.” This is done mostly in the guise of wanting to help children and mothers, but the politicization of women for the purposes of globalist agendas is evident:
…The Club has become a forum to regularly discuss achievements and problems of the new research area in the Russian social science, gender studies.
…On December 9-10, 2002, at the Gorbachev Foundation, the Club and the Women’s Information Network held the conference “Contemporary Women’s Movement of Russia Facing New Challenges”. It was attended by activists of women’s movement coming from 20 regions of Russia. The conference discussed the need for a new strategy of women’s organizations, consolidation of women’s movement and its participation in the 2003 parliamentary elections.