El reconocimiento al derecho humano a la paz

This article aims to develop basic conceptual notions about peace and law, and the relationship between these is used for the analysis made in this paper on the need for the human right to peace becomes a legal reality compliance to the States. For this it is important to briefly review the historic... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Moreira Aguirre, Diana Gabriela
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: 2011
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Ley
paz
Law
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Laburpena: This article aims to develop basic conceptual notions about peace and law, and the relationship between these is used for the analysis made in this paper on the need for the human right to peace becomes a legal reality compliance to the States. For this it is important to briefly review the historical thought of four exceptional jurists in different historical moments of humanity with their ideas and thoughts have made and influenced modern thinking of the right and the concept of the relationship between peace and law. For Kant, Perpetual Peace state only it could be ensured through the use of law as an instrument, for its part Kelsen based his theory on the essential idea about the unit and / or objectivity of the law, the primacy of international law, the "partial" nature of national law was the linchpin to secure peace in the world. Norberto Bobbio introduces the term "legal pacifism," noting that the war is the result of a state without law lacks effective regulations to legalize the conflicts since the peace deal different streams especially the situation of international relations with respect to information war is a permanent legal pacifism refers to the process of forming an international society, stating that disputes arising between states should be solved through wars. Finally Danilo Zolo says that peace cannot be established by legal or institutional Zolo's proposal is focused on the transition process must be a cosmopolitan pacifism pacifism weak, which requires a network of international, national and regional, which give way to an intercultural communication which will strengthen the cultural ethnic identities. It also aims to give readers a glimpse of the major declarations, resolutions and agreements based on values of a culture of peace and to consolidate the theoretical support for the declaration of this right as a human right to peace. Similarly we conclude that this possibility will only be possible in the extent to which states make commitments to ensure compliance valid for the guarantees of this right.