Ivan V. Kholikov1, Aleksandar Milovanovich2, Petr Yu. Naumov3
1Institute of Legislation and Comparative Law under the Government of the Russian Federation, Moscow, Russia, firstname.lastname@example.org
2National Institute of Occupational Health of the Republic of Serbia, Belgrade, Serbia, email@example.com
3Center of Military-Medical Expertise of the National Guard Troops of the Russian Federation, Moscow, Russia, firstname.lastname@example.org
Abstract. The authors consider the functioning of international law in the modern system of legal norms as an object of the study. The subject of the research is the dynamics of such functioning in modern disproportional open social systems, as well as the specifics of functioning of international law in the conditions of transformation (deformation) of modern world order. They include the high possibility of new armed conflicts or the risk of using military force to solve geopolitical problems, while ignoring or using purely formal approach to the observance of international law norms, as well as unconstructive tendencies of global development connected with global spread of infectious and other diseases dangerous for the population of the planet. At present, the stage of development of international law, which began during the Second World War, has been completed, the semantic core of which was approved following its completion. Today, humanity is at the stage of formation of a new system of global international relations, the consequences of the formation and development of which will be the formation of a new paradigm of international law.
The essence of the dynamics of international law functioning in the context of transformation of the modern world order is revealed through the analysis of integration and consolidation functions. The mentioned dynamics clearly demonstrates the actualization of military problems of international law in various areas: countering armed conflicts, crimes against the peace and security of mankind, protection of victims of armed conflicts; organization and activities of transnational military alliances; restrictions on the spread of weapons of mass destruction, including biological ones; production and uncontrolled proliferation of conventional weapons, etc. The authors point out the need to strengthen national health systems in order to effectively forecast, identify and dampen relevant threats both at the international and national levels, and to contribute to the development of effective international strategies to resist the spread of epidemics, pandemics and mass diseases. The conclusion is substantiated that the functioning of international law in modern conditions will proceed under the following trends: disequilibrium; dynamism; instability; inconsistencies in compliance and application; value-semantic instability, etc.
Keywords: international law, systems approach, international relations, integration process, functions of law, culture, healthcare, environment, subjects of international law
For citation. Kholikov I. V., Milovanovich A., Naumov P. Yu. Dynamics of Functioning of International Law in the Conditions of Transformation of Modern World Order: Post Non-Classic Approach. Journal of Russian Law, 2022, vol. 26, no. 11, pp. 132—148. (In Russ.) DOI: 10.12737/ jrl.2022.122
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