Public International Law

Public International Law

What is meant by public international law? The Law of Nations, or public international law, is a body of rules designed to control how objects of international law engage with one another in international relations. Public international law rules help to maintain generally stable, orderly, and consistent international interactions by providing a common framework for […]

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Uphold International Law

On Tanganyika Lake near Uvira, South Kivu, Democratic Republic of Congo (2012), Uruguayan peacekeepers with MONUSCO, whose mission was to protect commercial navigation against piracy and armed groups, are shown Uphold International Law practicing ship-boarding. The Lake Tanganyika Authority, which has international legal personality and legal capacity, was established by the Convention on the Sustainable

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