DO ISLAMIC LEGAL RULES MATTER IN INTERNATIONAL POLICY?
Islamic International Law and International Politics
After September 11, and beginning War on Global Terrorism, intervention Western Alliance in Iraq, beginning internal conflict in Arab World and biblical war between Israel and Palestinians, international legal rules has appeared completely ineffective and incapable to play any significant roles in managing international conflict in era of Globalization. In this global turbulence, an increasing amount International Relations scholars has been devoted to the study norms and institutions of Islamic Law. Although International Relation scholars have traditionally ignored the contributions of legal norms and institutions to International Relations, in this case, most of them have vigorously accepted general attitude that norms of Islamic Law will play a major role in international violent politics in 21st Century..
As of the beginning of 21st Century the greatest global uncertainties is the future of relations between Islam and West, many Western scholars express a fear that international system is flattering more violent and injustice thanks to Shari’ah rules. Engaged in this normative concerns theory of International Relations desperately need critical clarification role of Islamic legal rules and institutions in contemporary international relations at the broadest level.
The articles intend to explore dominant theory of international relations: Structural Realism, Institutionalism, Constructivism, and scrutinizes how these theories deal with role of general legal rules, including Shari’ah, in international relations, Role of Islamic legal rules and institutions in international policy of Islamic countries, Effect of the Islamic Law on the Islamic identity and interest of Islamic states; Influence of Islamic law on structure of the International System.
The paper is due March 1, 2014, sent as an e-mail attachment on the following topicsd:
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