Re-Thinking on Public International Law


Today, human being, global environment and natural resources are suffering from the extended and endless national, regional and global conflicts, wars, political violence and terror attacks. From 1950-2007, there was an average of 148000 global battlefields deaths per year, and from 2008-2012 the average was 280 000. Total terror attacks and internal conflicts in 2013 has caused death of more than two millions , in addition to those who were killed due to crime, natural disasters , hunger and draught . Unreasonable political violence, regional wars, ethnic conflicts and other causes of social unrest were behind the deteriorated international economy and the underdevelopment of more than (100) countries. According to USA Council on Foreign Relations issued in 2012, there were (30) Plausible conflicts and security hot spots throughout the world. Such hot spots were classified into three tiers according to their priorities. Among the hot spots were the following: � North Korean nuclear crisis � Iranian nuclear crisis � Indo-Pakistan crisis � Political instability and armed violence

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Mohamed Elamin Elbushra, African Centre for Justice and Peace Studies, Sudan

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Conference: ACBPP2014
Stream: Politics – International Governance

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