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Aksjonormatywne podstawy systemu globalnego bezpieczeństwa Organizacji Narodów Zjednoczonych
Axionormative principles of the United Nations global security system

Author(s): Katarzyna Czajkowska
Subject(s): Philosophy, International Law, International relations/trade, Security and defense, Management and complex organizations
Published by: Oficyna Wydawnicza KA AFM

Summary/Abstract: Author want to consider evolutionary process of the basis of the United Nations international security system. In the last decade this basis undergo thorough revaluation in order to increase its effectiveness. Author want to consider three questions taking into the debate and revision on the ground of the organization. At first it is the matter of systemic elements identification. If this system should be create regarding to states, organizations or persons. At second debate is about the methods of control due to this system. If this control is the authoritative nature or it is connected with collective management of its members. At third discussion is about effectiveness of the system. If it should be result of common approval due to its assumptions or it fulfi lls through the overriding commitment under menace of some sanctions. Point of reference for the considerations is the conception of the global governance system. It would eliminate the domination of one member of the international community over the others, reduce the undemocratic tendencies and ensure balance between interests and needs of humanity. If we want this system to operate in global scale, we should accomplish many political, economical and social conditions. Although the main term is the tendency of its members to freely implement of international law and create international institutions. It gives the author an occasion to consider one more issue. The thing concerning character of the system, which from its very nature can provide universal, consensual or relative character of its own consequences.

  • Issue Year: 2010
  • Issue No: 1-2
  • Page Range: 33-47
  • Page Count: 15
  • Language: Polish