GLOCAL INTERFERENCES – HUMAN RIGHTS TO THE TEST OF 21ST CENTURY: AN INTRODUCTION

  • Agata Amato Mangiameli Rome Tor Vergata University

Abstract

Global society experiments, characterized by new forms of legal and political interaction, create new subjects, that, because of their ability to dominate time, acquire power, placing the State in a context of structural interdependence, so that modern conceptions of citizenship and sovereignty must necessarily be reconsidered and revised. Law and identity are the two keywords that describe the difficult relationship and the inexorable transition between sovereign states and global society.

Published
2022-06-21
How to Cite
Mangiameli, A. (2022). GLOCAL INTERFERENCES – HUMAN RIGHTS TO THE TEST OF 21ST CENTURY: AN INTRODUCTION. HUMANITIES AND RIGHTS GLOBAL NETWORK JOURNAL, 4(1), 07-13. https://doi.org/10.24861/2675-1038.v4i1.75
Section
Dossier Glocal Interferences - Special Editor: Agata AMATO MANGIAMELI