Statul – Element fundamental pentru studiul relațiilor internaționale și științelor securității. Repere istorice privind evoluția conceptului de stat.
The state - Fundamental element for the study of international relations and security sciences. Historical landmarks on the evolution of the state concept.
Subject(s): Politics / Political Sciences, Anthropology, Social Sciences, Law, Constitution, Jurisprudence, Cultural history, Historical Geography, History of Law, Governance, Public Law, Diplomatic history, Economic history, Political history, Social history, Ancient World, Developing nations, Political economy, Politics and law, Politics and religion, Politics and society, History and theory of political science, Geopolitics
Published by: Centrul de Strategii Aplicate
Keywords: state; society; structure; production; administration; organization; power; authority;
Summary/Abstract: Most international relations theorists regard the state as their primary actor, and the security concept is based too upon the society in its state form. However, the present phase of state existence, was only achieved after an extensive process of human societies' development in this direction, and the current state form, in its turn, is not definitive, as the state-organized societies are still in a continuous process of evolution, characterized by permanent change. In this paper we shall analyze how human societies have traversed the transition from the early stage, based on the itinerant exploitation of natural resources, which requires only an incipient organization,to the proto-state societies, and then, in a later process, we will continue our analysis until we find the model of state that we meet today.
- Issue Year: 2019
- Issue No: 12
- Page Range: 48-73
- Page Count: 27
- Language: Romanian