Document Type : Research Article

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1 Ph.D Student, Department of International Relation, Khorasgan Branch, Islamic Azad University. Iran

2 Academic Assistance of International Relation, Isfahan (Khorasgan) Branch, Islamic Azad University, Isfahan.Iran

Abstract

Globalization with the increasing interaction and human relationships has caused the concept of peace means the absence of the threat of war and establishment Relax in life relationships and social interactions of humans with Jus Cogens Rules of human rights in the globalization of human rights as the first and foremost, aim of the international system for to form of Culture of peace in format of peace studies come to fruition. According to this, recognition and awareness of amount ability effectiveness globalization of human rights in forming to culture of peace direction draw to perspective achieve to peace in international relations and background for presentation Plans and suggestions for settlement Crises disruptive pace in international relations, question that must be answered. The authors believe, globalization with bring up human rights thought as core main culture human rights globalization is caused peace studies positive in format of generations of human rights And negative peace studies in format of form of the principle of humanitarian intervention and the principle of the responsibility of support in a two-way interactive with overlap institutionalize culture of peace in international relations is caused.

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