Yes, I want to have a multipolar world. This means the defeat of that American project of making the world unipolar, whose sole purpose is to establish the American world by taking the entire world under military control. The question is fundamental, so it is also worth considering.
Even though the world seems to be unipolar today, it can become multipolar. The American project of making the world unipolar, which we commonly refer to as globalisation, is dragging the world into endless wars and preventing it from going towards democracy and socialism.
Due to this, the emerging American imperialism today can be called the empire of maladministration. Instead, we can set the pattern of establishing the system as a global socialist system. We can call the global socialist system an alternative model to the American imperialist system. Since opposing the concept of globalisation seems unrealistic and undesirable, instead of rejecting it completely, we need to make it inclusive.
Similarly, multipolarity is also different from the perception of people who believe that multipolarity is the means of establishing the balance of power in the world. But even if the balance of power is established, it cannot be guaranteed that the process of imperialist plunder and wars in the world will end. To end that sequence, we have to weave a world apart from the capitalist and imperialist world, which will be populist and socialist.
As far as multipolarity is concerned or in the thinking of the multipolar world, it can be defined as a radical improvement in the relationship between North and South. It simply means a fundamental change in the capitalist relations between the underdeveloped and underdeveloped countries. Money and polarisation of power are reduced and the world imperialist model is curbed and moved towards the global socialist model.
Although this would be a very challenging change, structural changes are not easy to come by.