International Law

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International law, or law of nations, encompasses all activity regarding national relations. From agreements, treaties, protocols, customs, and other bodies of conduct, international law is a bind for national states to achieve mutual cooperation or partnership. This bind serves also as a provision for conventional operations by regulating intervention from neighboring states and/or their citizens. Broken down into two divisions, international law is handled as Public International law or Private International law.

– laws, treaties, or regulations governing activity involving nations and/or their citizens
– refers to any disputes between private citizens of differing nations

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