رفتارشناسی رأی دهی بریتانیا در شورای امنیت سازمان ملل متحد

نوع مقاله: مقالات پژوهشی

نویسنده

دانشگاه بامبرگ- مونیخ آلمان

چکیده

ناکامی لندن در دستیابی به اهداف سیاست خارجی از مجرای کنسرت اروپا، بازاندیشی در رویکرد های همکاری با قدرت های بزرگ به مثابه برآیند انفعال جامعه ملل و تنزل سطح قدرت بریتانیا از موقعیت ابرقدرتی و امپریالیستی به قدرت بزرگ منجر به گشت و بازگشت رفتار رأی دهی بریتانیا در شورای امنیت سازمان ملل گردیده است. رهایی از قید ایده آلیسم و تقلیل سطح و کیفیت نمایندگی لندن در شورای امنیت بر اساس منطق نظام پسااستعماری در عصر جنگ سرد و سمت گیری پراگماتیستی سیاست های رفتاری در نظام بین المللی نوین، رفتار رأی دهی بریتانیا را دوچندان مقرون به تحلیل می نماید. بدین ترتیب، فهم رفتار رأی دهی بریتانیا در شورای امنیت به عنوان اهتمام اصلی پژوهش جاری می باشد. تلاش برای تأمین منافع ملی در سطح خرد، میانی و کلان بر اساس مکانیسم کنش گرایی حداکثری و مدیریت جهانی و بین الملل گرا به مثابه فرضیه اصلی پژوهش می باشد. به بیان دیگر، سنتز انترناسیونالیسم لیبرال و آتلانتیسم به عنوان منبع اصلی رفتار رأی دهی لندن در شورای امنیت تلقی می شود. پژوهش جاری با روش شناسی تحلیلی- تطبیقی و تز امنیت و مسئولیت جمعی به آزمون فرضیه حاضر می پردازد.

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