International law and organization, Humanities

International Law and Organization-International Law, not like most other regions of law, has no explained area or governing body, although instead concerns to the several and varied laws, rules and customs that govern, impact and deal along with the legal interactions among various nations, their governments, organizations and businesses, to comprises their responsibilities and rights in these dealings.

Definition of International Law?

International Legal Personality?

States

International Organizations

Nationality of individuals, companies

Sovereignty of States Over Territory?

International Obligations (Sources of Law)?

Jurisdiction of States?

Principles of Jurisdiction

Immunities from Jurisdiction

Status of the Seas, Outer Space and Antarctica?

High Seas

Exclusive economic zone

Principles Governing Relations between States?

Responsibility of States for Wrongful Acts?

The Role of the ICJ?

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