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Perspektive međunarodnog prava
Perspectives of International Law

Author(s): Boris Krivokapić
Subject(s): Law, Constitution, Jurisprudence, International Law
Published by: Правни факултет Универзитета у Источном Сарајеву
Keywords: International law;Globalization;Internationalization;Regionalization;Subject of International Law;International courts;Space law;XXI century
Summary/Abstract: Although it is impossible to peek into tomorrow and find out what exactly awaits us, we can already assume with a great deal of certainty that we will face the recomposition of the international community, the emergence of new subjects of international relations, revolutionary breakthroughs in science and technology, mass use of artificial intelligence, colonization of outer space etc. The pandemic we are currently dealing with can very easily leave its own mark in various ways. Therefore, an interesting question is, in which direction will the development of international law move? The work has eight parts. The first one gives an overview of globalization, internationalization and regionalization and their significance for international law, as well as the impact of international law itself on these processes. The second part deals with the subjects of international law - states, quasi-states, international organizations, quasi-international organizations, subjects sui generis, individuals, groups and humanity. In the following two sectiona, the expected directions of development of international legislation (the sources of international law) and international courts are discussed. The fifth part is dedicated to the space law, which will certainly experience boom, along with the new phase of the conquest of the outer space and, especially, the beginning of its colonization. Since it is not realistic to believe that wars will disappear, the next part of the article deals with the law of armed conflicts.The seventh part briefly indicates that other areas of international law will also undergo appropriate changes. The eighth part is dedicated to very interesting problem of fragmentation of international law, and the last, ninth part, deals with the crisis and consistent implementant of international law

  • Page Range: 18-47
  • Page Count: 30
  • Publication Year: 2021
  • Language: Serbian