International Law

International law, also known as public international law and law of nations, is the set of rules, norms, and standards generally accepted in relations between nations. It establishes normative guidelines and a common conceptual framework to guide states across a broad range of domains, including war, diplomacy, trade, and human rights. International law aims at the practice of stable, consistent, and organized international relations.The sources of international law include international custom (general state practice accepted as law), treaties, and general principles of law recognized by most national legal systems. International law may also be reflected in international comity, the practices …

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UK in a Changing Europe · 24 January 2023 English

Six and a half years since the Brexit referendum, UK relations with the EU have still not settled into a coherent and consistent pattern. Partly, this is because the process …

unilaterally, a move seen by many as breaking international law. The Northern Ireland Executive and Assembly


CFPPR: Center for Foreign Policy and Peace Research · 23 January 2023 English

In examining dissertations in the categories of IL and IL+Case, we found that the field of international law includes very few and inadequate dissertations, both in terms of the number of dissertations

International Relations theories, diplomatic history, international law 1. Introduction The discipline of International IR studies into three main fields, namely “International Law” (IL), “International Relations Theory” (IR define the fields of diplomatic history and international law. However, the field that makes discipline displaced people, environment, sovereignty/ International Law (IL) state, humanitarian intervention, international -International Disputes -Law of the Sea -EU Law International Law with a Case Study (IL+Case) -Intervention


The Constitution Society · 23 January 2023 English

Before the Divisional Court, counsel for Friends of the Earth, a leading environmental advocacy group, alleged that the Secretary of State for International Trade had unlawfully provided USD1.15 billion in …

statute. Within dualist international law systems, domestic law and international law are separate and distinct of developments in scientific knowledge or international law or policy, not to confer a discretion upon about climate change, or (ii) European or international law or policy, that make it appropriate to do competent to definitively resolve a point of international law.126 Second, if parties to an international In September 2015, Philippe Sands KC, an international law expert and author of Principles of International


CFPPR: Center for Foreign Policy and Peace Research · 23 January 2023 English

This trend is well reflected in the emergence and consolidation of IR subfields or problématiques in the name of sociology of IR, historiography of IR, global IR, and the like.2 …

and understanding of legal questions and international law more generally.”11 Greece and Turkey were first generation of IR scholars (i.e. non-International Law scholars), such as –alphabetically– Ε. Cheila Azimuth K. Mikelis solid transcendence of the International Law and Diplomatic History boundaries that had typical IR expansion beyond the study of international law and diplomatic history.32 They have also shared respect to the Greek case as well.35 In fact, International Law was Greece’s only integrated IR subfield in


ISW: Institute for the Study of War · 20 January 2023 English

Gerasimov stated in the letter that “the organization [Stupin] referred to as PMC Wagner does not belong to the structure of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation” and that …

Crimea. It would be within its rights under international law and norms to attack targets in Russia as well


SHRC: Scottish Human Rights Commission · 20 January 2023 English

The right to a healthy environment is contained in various non-binding international instruments, but also considered to be an inherent component of other fundamental human rights, such as the right …

cultural (ESC) rights are protected under international law. The UK has ratified various binding instruments


CFPPR: Center for Foreign Policy and Peace Research · 20 January 2023 English

Furthermore, the five sea basins surrounding the country, namely the Mediterranean, the Red Sea, the Persian Gulf, the Caspian Sea and the Black Sea are very important for Turkey. [...] …

freedom of the seas), a book in Latin on international law written by the Dutch jurist and philosopher 16 Perceptions 26 b 17 Public and Private International Law Bulletin 18 b, c 18 Siyasal: Journal of Political published. Public and Private International Law Bulletin, a journal of international law, has published 17 articles Recent Developments,” Public and Private International Law Bulletin 24, 1-2 (2004): 599–608; Ruşen Keleş Aksar, “UN’s Palmer Report (Mavi Marmara) and International Law,” Uluslararası İlişkiler 9, no. 33 (2012):


SWP: Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik · 20 January 2023

Inhaltsverzeichnis > Israel / Palästina > Israel > Israel - arabische Länder > Israel / Libanon > Libanon > Libanon / Syrien > Syrien > Irak > Jordanien > Golfregion …

Belgian aid worker a flagrant violation of international law UN-OHCHR, 17.01.2023, ca. 2 S. https://www


CSE: Centre for Science and Environment · 19 January 2023 English

The order also forbids the burning, burial and littering of plastics in the open.9 Circular No.096/c/CAB/ Relating to the control of conformity and the repression of the MINEPDED of 10 …

International Trade Rules. Brooklyn Journal of International Law. Volume 45, Issue 1, Article 5. https://core


Amnesty International · 18 January 2023 English

Responding to the shocking news that almost 200 Syrian refugees rescued from a sinking boat off the coast of Lebanon on New Year’s Eve were unlawfully deported and delivered into …

“Lebanon should respect its obligations under international law and stop deporting refugees to Syria where


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