Os Mecanismos de Indução ao Cumprimento do Direito Internacional à Luz da Teoria Realista das Relações Internacionais

Fernando Lopes Ferraz Elias

Resumo


Há uma carência de pesquisa acadêmica sobre o direito internacional com ferramentas metodológicas interdisciplinares, particularmente sobre o cumprimento do direito internacional a partir das teorias das relações internacionais. Diante disso, buscou-se analisar o fenômeno do cumprimento do direito internacional, conforme os argumentos centrais do paradigma realista das relações internacionais. Constatou-se que, para o realismo, o cumprimento do direito internacional depende do nível de coerção de seus mecanismos determinados pelas relações de poder e pelas assimetrias das relações internacionais.

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Mecanismos de Indução ao Cumprimento do Direito Internacional; Teorias das Relações Internacionais; Realismo

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