This paper is meant to study about practical possibility of the global movement for the culture of peace to promote man`s dignity and world peace based on the ideology of `Hongik-Ingan`. Through etymological and historical analysis of the ideology o
of issues including but not limited to: globalization, state sovereignty, ecological sustainability, nuclear proliferation, nationalism, economic development, global finance, terrorism, organized crime, human security, foreign interventionism and human rights.
The history of international relations is often traced back to the Peace of Westphalia of 1648, where the modern state system was develope
Emergence of Nation-State
> After the Peace of Westphalia(1648)
Centralized Political Authority
Focused on centralizing the political authority
It damaged principles of Liberty and Equality of Individual
Expansion of Capitalism & Industrialization
> ‘Enclosure ; concept of ownership,
expansion of capitalism and industrialization
> It divided people i
Earth is divided into two hemispheres, north(rich)&south(poor), at the equator.
The division in power and wealth comprising the global north and global south
Poses both moral and security problems.
The rules governing international politics today were constructed in the
1648 peace of Westphalia following Europe's thirty years' war.
The powerful did not design a global system for eq