1. The Nature of World Order The meaning of ‘world order’ syllabus – ‘learn to’  discuss the concept of ‘world order’



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Legal Studies: World Order Summary Notes

2015




1. The Nature of World Order

The meaning of ‘world order’

SYLLABUS – ‘learn to’  discuss the concept of ‘world order’

  • Activities and relationships between the world’s nation states, and other significant non-state actors, that takes place with a legal, political and economic framework. The aim of these international activities is the promotion of peace and stability in the world.

  • Term coined at end of the Cold War by USSR President Mikhail Gorbachev.

  • Interdependence of nation-states has increased due to:

    • War/ natural disasters, famine and epidemics

    • International crime and terrorism

    • Globalisation: Improved technology and transportation, communication and mobility of labour and flow of goods and capital across State borders – effective trade and removal of barriers




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