Concept of the International Society on "International Society as a Legal Community" of Herman Mosler and the "Agenda for Democratization" of Boutros Boutros Ghali

Authors

  • Indrit Shtupi PhD Candidate at the European University of Tirana
  • Arjan Vasjari Lecturer at the European University of Tirana

Abstract

The international society is the society of the humans and states. In contrast to international community, it is known in the active involvement of the formation of not only the states but also to nongovernmental actors. Contemporary international society is hard to find its identity as a society of law, in which all members contribute positively to their progress. The democratization for Boutros Ghali is a process that leads to a more open society, which encourages citizen involvement in public affairs. Democracy is a system of government, which through specific institutions and mechanisms, to support political power over the will of the people. Democratic regime is characterized by the state, which answers directly to common problems, the effective protection of human rights while maintaining peace and security, provide justice and socio-economic development.

DOI: 10.5901/ajis.2013.v2n2p271

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Published

2013-06-29

How to Cite

Shtupi, I., & Vasjari, A. (2013). Concept of the International Society on "International Society as a Legal Community" of Herman Mosler and the "Agenda for Democratization" of Boutros Boutros Ghali. Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, 2(2), 271. Retrieved from https://www.richtmann.org/journal/index.php/ajis/article/view/389

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