La pace come processo integrativo
Title: La pace come processo integrativo
Author: FERRARA, Pasquale
Citation: Nuova Umanità : rivista bimestrale di cultura, 2013/03, Vol. XXXV, No. 207, pp. 273-280
External link: http://www.cittanuova.it/FILE/PDF/NU_articolo26042.pdf
In international political theory war has a central position. A similar position has not been given to a reflection on the “causes” of peace, except for the theories linked to liberal institutionalism and normative philosophical thought. While it is possible to represent in a convincing way the dynamics of conflict, the author here poses a fundamental question about the possibility of representing peace in a similar conceptual framework. In attempting an answer to this question the article points out the absence of an analogous and speculative politological category to that of “perpetual war”, that is “perpetual peace”. The hypothesis is that the concept of perpetual peace might represent the model of ideal interaction between governments and other international and transnational agencies, with a relevance within the structures of permanent cooperation.
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