Global trust is paramount to world security and until such trust is resurrected to a level that correlates to historical eras of peace, then humanity will continue to face multiple likelihoods of disruptive and destructive conflicts.
But global trust cannot be restored until there is atonement for historical wrongs - colonialism, slavery, imperialism and the like. Moreover, global security will not be achieved until there is genuine acceptance of the declaration that all people are the equal and fittingly deserving of all the inherent rights accorded to the human species.
Moreover, as is the case in many jurisdictions across the world, global trust cannot be resurrected without some inevitable regime changes because some present governments, and their leaders, are simply unworthy of anyone's trust.
Yet, as all political power is vested in all the people, then all the people have the opportunity to invoking and ushering in the needed changes toward the resurrection of global trust.