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Defining the “International Community” in the context of current International Relations – Jean-Claude Gilbert Kpakpo-Amadote

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Jean-Claude Gilbert Kpakpo-Amadote

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Defining the “International Community” in the context of current International Relations

Defining "International Community" in the Context of Current International Politics

Anotace: The "International Community" is a concept that evolves constantly depending on the issues, the context or the situation it is referred to. Today's "International Community" is not comparable to what was perceived as the "International Community" in the years that followed the Second World War. It will probably not be comparable to the "International Community" of the future because of the constant changes of our world due to globalization, interests of States and threats on peace and international security such as terrorism and conflicts. When you ask different people a definition of the "International Community", you get different answers. However, one common reference constantly appears: International Organizations and Institutions and more precisely the United Nations. The United Nations is the largest organization worldwide that deals with global issues (security, environment, development). The operating ways of that structure creates the illusion that an "International Community" as a unitary actor exists. There is currently no such community that could be considered as a unitary actor. The United States of America rule the world and we all belong to an International Society at best. Not a community. Not yet...

Abstract: The "International Community" is a concept that evolves constantly depending on the issues, the context or the situation it is referred to. Today's "International Community" is not comparable to what was perceived as the "International Community" in the years that followed the Second World War. It will probably not be comparable to the "International Community" of the future because of the constant changes of our world due to globalization, interests of States and threats on peace and international security such as terrorism and conflicts. When you ask different people a definition of the "International Community", you get different answers. However, one common reference constantly appears: International Organizations and Institutions and more precisely the United Nations. The United Nations is the largest organization worldwide that deals with global issues (security, environment, development). The operating ways of that structure creates the illusion that an "International Community" as a unitary actor exists. There is currently no such community that could be considered as a unitary actor. The United States of America rule the world and we all belong to an International Society at best. Not a community. Not yet...

Klíčová slova: Security, Conflict, Peace, United Nations, International community

Keywords: Peace, Conflict, Security, United Nations, International community

Jazyk práce: angličtina

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  • Obhajoba proběhla 12. 9. 2013
  • Vedoucí: Zuzana Lehmannová
  • Oponent: Jan Martin Rolenc

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