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On the Significance of the Value of Justice in International Order

YANG Guang-hai (Research Center of International Strategy,PLA University of International Studies,Nanking,Jiangsu 210039,China)  
The concept of international order can be defined in both narrow and broad dimensions.It is a system of values with peace,stability,security and justice as its core imperatives,assuming apparently normative,purposive and functional features.Of these values,justice is of indispensable significance.Justice is the moral law and fundamental denominator of the nature of the international order.It functions as a necessary complement and adjustment to redress the limitations and biases of the other values.All this means that justice is inherently related to order,and a discussion of the latter would be meaningless without a consideration of the former.Hence,it is logically wrong and practically pernicious to argue that justice and order are mutually conflicting and incompatible.
【CateGory Index】: D81
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