عنوان مقاله [English]
Establishment of Peace and avoiding violence and war has been one of the significant concerns of international relations. Several international manifests and charters have been written and international organizations and institutions established for cooperation among states. The purpose of these measures is to harmonize interests of states and settle their differences peacefully. But what has been observed till date is increasing failure of this experience. Under current circumstances, we are witnessing a kind of structural violence among states stemming from the nature of distribution of power among them and their single approach to law. The discourse of Islamic Revolution as a counter-discourse of the dominant Western discourse in international relations has different theoretical principles for regulation of economic, political and cultural relations. Among them, the Principe of justice is one of the most innovative measures on whose basis the Islamic Revolution of Iran has tried to develop new theoretical foundations. The principle of justice, as a fundamental, absolute and overall good principle has been neglected in the international manifests and attempts for peace. The question that arises here is: how the structural justice discourse of the Islamic Revolution can establish international peace and stability? Structural justice lays emphasis on the lack of monopoly of power in international system. This requires establishment of a right-based balance. As a result, a system based on structural justice, is a network system with proportionate level of state powers that justly regulates the relations among states by using evolutionary and legislative justice and the outcome will be judged by the criterion of justice. In this system violence is not the legitimized and natural outcome of international structures and law and at the same time while its expanses is reduced it becomes exceptional.