International Order Maintenance Mechanisms in the Contemporary System of International Relations

Igor Makhram Aali Nabi

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12775/HiP.2014.019

Abstrakt


The article explores the main mechanisms of the maintenance of international order in a contemporary system of international relations. Within the system of international relations an order status is maintained by mechanisms of two types: organized and elemental. In this context, the mechanisms for maintaining order can be divided according to not only the degree of organization but also the content. From this perspective, the following mechanisms of international order were distinguished: institutional, regulatory-legal, economic, political-military, cultural, ideological and informational. International order is the sum of certain rules and principles established by all countries; those that they observe are built on the interaction of different factors.

Słowa kluczowe


international order; modern system of international relations; rules and regulations; anarchy; mechanisms for maintaining order

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