La legitimidad de los procesos de integración regional

Ioannis F. Papageorgiou, Katrin Nyman Metcalf

Resumen


El artículo examina  como nace la legitimidad en los sistemas politicos y analiza si, en qué medida y cómo los sistemas de integración regional pueden tambien lograr legitimidad y asentar sus decisiones asi que tener fuertes mecanismos de aplicación efectiva de esas ultimas (lo que en ingles se llama “enforcement”). Insiste en los modos de construir la legitimidad, a traves de instituciiones solidas y propone fortalezer esta legitimidad para fortalecer el sistema internacional.

Palabras clave


Legitimidad, integración regional, demos regional

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.16890/rstpr.a6.n11.p12

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