Subjects of IR The subjects of IR consist

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Subjects of IR The subjects of IR consist of two groups: state and non-state actors. TheSubjects of IR The subjects of IR consist of two groups: state and non-state actors. The term „subject” can be replaced by „actor”, „player” and „participant”.

States as subjects of IR • States are the main subjects of IR. Only the statesStates as subjects of IR • States are the main subjects of IR. Only the states have foreign policy, are the unique disponent of armed forces and have apparatus of oppression. • The states have: ius tractatuum, ius legationis, ius processionis. Before 1928 [ Pact Briande – Kellogg ] also ius ad bellum.

Types of states • Homogenues states: one nation – one state.  • Two or moreTypes of states • Homogenues states: one nation – one state. • Two or more nations: federation state or confederation. • Federation is a subject of IL. In confederaton all state- nations keep their own personality.

Different status of states •  Superpowers and big powers.  • Regional powers.  •Different status of states • Superpowers and big powers. • Regional powers. • Middle range powers: subregional powers. • Small countries. • The world is facing the changes in status of big powers and their role. • Changing situation of nation-states.

Differnt criteria of states classification • Industralized and non-industralized countries.  • Developped and underdevelopped countries.Differnt criteria of states classification • Industralized and non-industralized countries. • Developped and underdevelopped countries. • Developped and developping countries. • Developped and emerging markets. • Thierd World.

Non-state actors.  • Nations [as ethnic groups] as subject „in transition” of IL and IR.Non-state actors. • Nations [as ethnic groups] as subject „in transition” of IL and IR. • IGO as subjects of IR. • Multinational Corps. • NGOs. • Terroristic organizations. • Organized criminality org. • The others: individuals.