Public international law

Public international law – the term relates to this body of public law, which creates rules and provisions for behavior among independent sovereign countries on one side, and between countries and multinational or international organizations, on another. This is why it sets two main branches: two main branches: the law of nations (jus gentium) and international agreements and conventions (jus inter gentes). The term contrasts with the private international law, which has the role to settle conflicts between national laws. It is the a branch of the Jurisprudence, which sets up rules and legal regulations that have been accepted by the concrete country, overrule its local regulations and regulate the intercourse of independent countries. For example, the law of the European Union overrules/precedes the local laws of the countries-members of the Union

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