CORRELATIONS BETWEEN THE EVOLUTION OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND PERFECTING THE INTERNATIONAL MEANS OF PROTECTING HUMAN RIGHTS

Elena Paraschiv

Abstract


The evolution of relations between states made necessary the establishment, at an
international level, of certain behavioural regulations and fundamental principles, whose
violation may cause prejudices to the collaboration relationships developed among states.
Thus, over time these were consecrated by customary rules, treaties or other international
conventions, imperative norms of conduct, which are strictly imposed to all partners at
international juridical relations1.
Moreover, international norms which aim at respecting the fundamental human rights
and liberties were adopted, thus contributing to the defense of the universal values of
humanity.

Keywords


international methods of protecting human rights, improvement, international relations, correlation, historical evolution

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15837/aijjs.v7i4.818

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