: 378-384 Yaryna Bohiv, Anastasiia Shardakova "The future of international law: integration of modern technologies, hybrid approaches and creation of new normative frameworks for the global community".

Lviv Polytechnic National University, Institute of Jurisprudence and Psychology
Lviv Polytechnic National University

Annotation.  In today's world, the impact of technology on international relations and the legal system is rapidly increasing, which is due, in particular, to the development of information technology. Globalisation has covered the economic, political and cultural spheres of society, which has led to the relevance of this work.

This article examines the future of international law in the context of integration of modern technologies, hybrid approaches and creation of a new regulatory framework for the global community. The article examines the methods used, such as modelling conflict situations with the help of artificial intelligence, applying cyber measures to ensure cybersecurity, integrating blockchain technologies to increase the reliability and transparency of international agreements, and analysing big data to predict trends in international legal issues.

The role of technology in expanding opportunities for international cooperation and improving conflict resolution mechanisms will be discussed. Particular attention will be paid to hybrid approaches that combine traditional methods with innovative tools, contributing to the creation of more effective and flexible normative mechanisms. It will also examine the challenges and opportunities associated with the use of these technologies in contemporary conflicts, trade, human rights and other areas of international law. These new types of conflicts combine both military and non-military methods, including cyberattacks, disinformation, hacking, hybrid propaganda and economic pressure.

The analysis highlights the prospects for the development of a new normative framework that takes into account modern technologies and hybrid approaches, contributing to a more just, secure and stable international system. This article will contribute to a better understanding of the relationship between technological innovation and the future of international law, providing an important contribution to the development of this important field.

The analysis concludes that modern technology can serve as an engine for creating a more efficient, flexible and equitable normative framework in global international relations.

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