International Law and its Implication on the Modern State
Law on the international level is dependent on a states acceptance to be subject to the enforcement of laws. States must be willing to subject themselves into the international legal process. In international law, there is no single enforcement mechanism, which sometimes causes individuals to question the validity of international law. They question whether international law is a fundamental requirement of a modern, increasingly independent, global system of states and non-state actors. They question whether international law hinders and constrains them to pursue their self-interest.…
- An argument for the validity of International Law as a governing body between nations.
- Failure of international aid.
- International Law and its Implication on the Modern State
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