Danubius International Conferences, 6th International Conference on European Integration - Realities and Perspectives

Public order in the III-rd Millennium, Between “Big Brother” and Chaos

Calin Stefan Georgia
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Date: 2011-05-13 12:30 PM – 02:00 PM
Last modified: 2011-05-10


Objective: The present paper aims at producing a brief account and analysis of the vulnerabilities of the State of Law as an actor of the International System in the context of the Globalization phenomenon.

Prior Work: The subject is being researched extensively, especially after the emergence of new phenomenon and threats to national security.

Approach: The paper was put together using a synthesis and analytical approach, taking in account different sources, from theorists of International Relations and Security Studies to other relevant fields.

Results:  The result of this study is a complex view on the challenges and some of the vulnerabilities of the modern state, as a component of the International System in the context of Globalization. 

Implications: The present study does its part in the security studies research area, offering a better view on the dynamics and challenges raised by the challenges of the III-rd Millennium.

Value: Taking in account all the relevant sources, the present paper offers another piece of the puzzle in trying to better understand the threats to the public order of the democratic state and the policies or optimal mix of policies needed to counteract those threats.


Keywords: national security, asymmetric threats, public order, globalization