International System

The term international system may refer to:

  • In politics, international relations
  • In the sciences, the International System of Units (SI)

Other articles related to "international system, system, international":

Second Thirty Years War - Criticism - The Abnormality of Hitler's Plans
... threw a spanner in the works of the international system ... Had the international system broken down due to the normal problems, such as national rivalry or economic collapse, then we could say that war was caused by the system’s failure, but ... Versailles created an imbalance in the international system, but this was insignificant compared to Hitler’s actions ...
Daniel Šmihula - Work
... His main areas of research include human rights, rules of the international system, and violence in international relations ... thesis He states that presence of violence in the international relations (although as a potential possibility only) arises from their deep essence ... In today's international relations operate factors (economic rationality, international law, humanistic and pacifistic ideal) that are reducing the possibility of a military violence ...
Anarchy In International Relations
... Anarchy in International Relations is a concept in International Relations theory holding that the world system is leaderless there is no universal sovereign or worldwide government ... superior, coercive power that can resolve disputes, enforce law, or order the system like there is in domestic politics ... In International Relations, anarchy is widely accepted as the starting point for international relations theory While some political scientists incorrectly use the term "anarchy" to ...
New Medievalism
... This has resulted in an international system which resembles the medieval one, where political authority was exercised by a range of non-territorial and overlapping agents, such ... Bull argues that the contemporary international system is evolving into one with multiple and overlapping sources of power ... More recently, Anthony Clark Arend argues in his 1999 book, Legal Rules and International Society, that the international system is moving toward a "neo-medieval" system ...

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    It is the international system of currency which determines the totality of life on this planet. That is the natural order of things today. That is the atomic, and sub-atomic, and galactic
    structure of things today. And you have meddled with the primal forces of nature! And you will atone! Am I getting through to you, Mr. Beale?
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