Il multilateralismo nell'organizzazione del sistema politico globale

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Abstract

[automatically translated] The increasingly frequent use of multilateral treaties and the exponential growth in the number of international organizations are relatively recent phenomena in the life of the states, but at the same time among the practices that structure the most modern international society. The appearance of multilateralism becomes visible since the nineteenth century, but it is only after the end of World War II that multilateral practices are clearly say, to become elective practices - the most legitimating - in the relations between states, even in the field of security, under the impetus of the United States. In recent decades, multilateralism has evolved under the impetus of new non-state actors and the results of progressive quantitative and qualitative growth of multilateral interventions.
Original languageItalian
Pages (from-to)67-86
Number of pages19
JournalRagion Pratica
Volume32
Publication statusPublished - 2009

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