The Concept of Sovereignty, Movement in Development, and Legal Postmodernity

Abstract in English

International lawyers have always considered sovereignty as one of the fundamental principles. Although sovereignty was diverted from its primarily considered concept of absolute, it has been inviolable. In parallel to occurring changes in sovereignty, other principles derived from or related to it such as the principle of non-intervention, non-use of force, territorial integrity and right of selfdetermination were also transformed. Despite all changes, the principle of sovereignty along with other accepted rules was categorized in the traditional framework of international laws. Changes in recent decades appeared after the end of the Cold War, especially after the terrorist events on September 11, led to fundamental change in some of these principles and collapsing the traditional framework of international laws. A new legal order of international law is getting formed that can be interpreted as Postmodern Law.

خلاصه فارسی

مکان: Assam, India

تاریخ: July 2015

نویسنده: Dr. Hossein Sartipi

نام ژورنال: International Journal Of Humanities & Social Science Studies

نوع ژورنال: ISI {DRJI, Scientific Indexing Service, General Impact Factor}

شماره ژورنال: Vol-II, Issue-I