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Sentence count:150+3 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-07-27Updated:2017-07-27
Similar words: public international lawprivate international lawinternationalinternationallyinternational relationsinternationalisminternationalizeinternational tradeMeaning: n. the body of laws governing relations between nations. 
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1 The judge invoked an international law that protects refugees.
2 This action constitutes a violation of international law.
3 International law is a minefield for anyone not familiar with its complexity.
4 Yet international law, not some quirk of humanity,[] requires that under certain circumstances it must be done.
5 All this constitutes torture under international law.
6 Under international law there was considerable doubt about the legality of Noriega's seizure.
7 There is a basic assumption in international law - and in common sense - that a state will protect its citizens.
8 It is a principle of international law that every state has the right to defend itself.
9 Crucially, it is argued, international law lacks the necessary sanctions and hence the definitionally necessary characteristic of enforceability.
10 They are special in international law, very special.
11 In fact, international law is both more pervasive and more effectual than we generally realise.
12 This was to ensure by international law that children everywhere would be covered for all their needs.
13 International Law prohibits the use of chemical weapons.
14 Changing our conception of international law could therefore have a bearing on our capacity tor achieving peace.
15 Article 47 may only be used in accordance with international law .
16 The judge called the decision "a flagrant violation of international law".
17 The takeover of the embassy constitutes a flagrant/blatant violation of international law.
18 The fact that a person acted pursuant to an order of his government does not relieve him from responsibility under international law.
19 The United States sees intellectual property rights as sacred, said Thomas Klitgaard, an attorney specializing in international law.
20 He works for this firm in a legal capacity, giving advice on international law.
21 This requires the intense work of international political theorists in relation to the creation of a legislative process for international law.
22 Such a situation is one which allows other countries to put aside international law and act according to their own judgments.
23 Fifthly, the periodic meetings of Great Powers which together acted as self-appointed guarantors of international law and order.
24 The organisation Liberty claims the proposals are in breach of international law.
25 What is needed is an acceptance of our responsibilities under international law.
26 The Administration proposed a declaration clarifying the relationship between this Article and international law.
27 A new State is bound by the rules of customary international law in existence when it acquires Statehood.
28 The overwhelming mass of academic evidence given to the committee ruled that the bombing of Kosovo was illegal under international law.
29 This book analyses the current position of third parties in international law through an examination of third party claims.
30 These serial bilateral relationships are created both by treaties and the operation of rules of customary international law.
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