From the International Law of Peace to the Global Law of Peace. The Global Order of Peace

Madalina Virginia ANTONESCU

Abstract


The 21stcentury society will be marked by the necessity for the state and non-state actors, as well as of the global actors, to ensure peace, security, prosperity for their nations, for their companies, and for a general state of stability at international level. Peace is an international collective right, a fundamental principle of law, in our contemporary international juridical order, a constant feature in different kind of international structures (Westphalian, proto-global, global societies), and also, a basic need for ensuring  the survival of the entire human civilization. Peace is a good and a human value, and also a major premise for ensuring the high quality of human life and a healthy, renewed natural environment, as well. Peace represents also the fundamental condition for providing wealth, cooperation, progress for peoples and nations, as well as for the whole international society, as such. Our paper explores some future trends of the “peace” concept, and its meanings caused by raising the level of legal protection (from national level to the global level, in conceiving a unanimously recognized and respected legal meaning of “peace”).

How to cite: Antonescu, M.V. (2018). From the International Law of Peace to the Global Law of Peace. The Global Order of Peace. Logos Universality Mentality Education Novelty, Section: Economy and Administrative Sciences, 3(1), 49-61. https://doi.org/10.18662/lumeneas/04


Keywords


international law of peace, global order of peace, Charter of Global Principles of Peace, pacta sunt servanda.

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