International law

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International law is the law that is used when there is a conflict between countries. There are two different types of international law 1. Public International Law which applies to all countries but is not enforceable 2. Private International Law which is when there is a conflict between two or more countries that broke a certain law based on the countries' law. It is composed of a set of treaties. In recent years, people have also seen international organizations like the United Nations use international law.

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