Series of Lectures in Public International Law

International Law creates structure and regulates international relations. It provides architecture and sets the rules of the games for international relations to ensure both cooperation and competition among states. It enables negotiations between countries with different interests, provide mechanisms to settle disputes by peaceful means and is used to regulate international organizations, such as the United Nations and the European Union. International law also regulates land boundary and maritime zones between nations.

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