Library Article Summary #1 Submitted by : Virpal Kaur Dhaliwal Student Number : 10198067Section : S01Submission Date : 2 Feb, 2018Library #2 International LawInternational law is a set of a rules norms and principles to regulate state conduct and guide state interaction. International law refers to the four main sources which are : international conventions , customary internationallaw , general principles of law, and ‘teachings of the most highly qualified publicists. International conventions are written agreement between two or more states. It is also called bilateral and multilateral agreement.
It is alegally process between both parties. Customary international law derived from the practice of states. First, it is a non-written agreement and it isfor a specific time period.
Second, states need to act in this consistent way out of a sense of legal obligation. General principles of law recognized by basic of laws. It is a underpinning legal principles instead of specific rules of conduct. Teaching of the most highly qualified publicists is a subsidiary means for determining the rules of international law. It plays a decisive role in determining the scope of the most given international norms.
International law conduct the three theoretical perspectives : realism and liberalism . But when realism replaced liberalism the theory concepts are realism and neorealism as well as liberalism and neoliberalism. References :-International law. (2011).
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