Historically, public international law was the law of nations: the body of law governing the relationships between sovereign States. Public international law is no longer so narrowly circumscribed. Defined broadly, international law now includes as expansive a range of subject matters as does 'municipal' (i.e., domestic) law.
Semester 2, 2016
PRESCRIBED TEXT - PRINCIPLES OF INTERNATIONAL LAW
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