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Souveränität. Politische Theorie und staatliche Praxis in einer globalen Welt

  • Petra Gümplová

Zusammenfassung

Für viele Denker befnden wir uns an der Schwelle zu einer bedeutenden Transformation der modernen Welt. Dieser epochale Wandel soll darin bestehen, dass wir die internationale Ordnung einer Welt aus souveränen Staaten hinter uns lassen. Die souveräne Staatlichkeit, ein Wesensmerkmal der modernen Politik, sei überholt, heißt es, weil neue Muster globalen Regierens, neue Formen der transnationalen Integration, ein neues kosmopolitische Recht und zunehmend fragmentierte Regelungskompetenzen den Rahmen des Rechtsstaats aufbrächen. Diese neuartigen Institutionen zu refektieren und bereitwillig zu akzeptieren, erfordere es, so die Argumentation, die Idee der Souveränität endgültig ad acta zu legen und anzuerkennen, dass wir nunmehr in einem »postsouveränen« Zeitalter leben (Held 1995; Archibugi/Held/Kohler 1998).

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