“The New International Legal Order” and new states in the Balkans

Dimitrijević, Duško (2014) “The New International Legal Order” and new states in the Balkans. In: The Old and the New World Order-between European Integration and the Historical Burdens: Prospects and Challanges for Europe of 21st Century : proceedings : [Belgrade, May 29-30, 2014]. Institute for International Politics and Economics, Belgrade, pp. 427-441. ISBN 978-86-7067-207-9

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In this study the author attaches a great importance to the theoretical examination of the concept of the New International Legal Order that was embodied in the last decades of the 20th century. The starting point for that reflection is observations of dissolution of the SFR Yugoslavia which illustrates one of the fundamental legal precedents. Reminding that the basic principle for the post-modern State behaviour must be the one that includes minimal disturbance of the existing international legal relations, author stresses that “the Yugoslav case” was customized on the way to respond to the new reality where the principle of effectiveness played an essential role in valuation of the statehood and which could be one of the greatest catalysts for all further ‘development rules’ of international law.

Item Type: Book Chapter
Depositing User: Ana Vukićević
Date Deposited: 30 Sep 2020 10:31
Last Modified: 30 Sep 2020 10:31
URI: http://repozitorijum.diplomacy.bg.ac.rs/id/eprint/528

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