Identities and International Justice

By Rebecca Cameron.

Published by The Global Studies Journal

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Some theorists in International Relations have noted the extent to which the domestic and international realms are becoming increasingly analogous. This is significant for the ways that evolving complex and plural identities impact on international and domestic politics. As such, ‘internal’ and ‘external’ ideas of sovereignty are moving towards similar conceptions of rights and duties. Identifying principles for justice in contemporary international relations requires balancing notions of sovereignty with other forms of authority and autonomy in and around the modern state order. This paper argues that principles of state-based and international justice can no longer remain cleanly divided due to the continuing emergence of complex and plural identities within, between and beyond state borders.

Keywords: Identities, Global Justice, International Relations

Global Studies Journal, Volume 2, Issue 3, pp.97-120. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.306MB).

Rebecca Cameron

PhD candidate, School of Humanities, Social Sciences and Communications, Faculty of Arts, Monash University, Churchill, Victoria, Australia

I am a PhD candidate in International Relations at Monash University. My research interests include the interplay between states’ identities and interests, evolutions in international political structures and the nature of legitimacy.


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