International law describes the law between nations. This is broken down into private international law, relating to transactions and business dealings between private entities, and public international law, dealing with the transactions and dealings between states. This area of law includes international jurisprudence, treaties, organizations, and courts.
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British Institute created for the analysis of international issues. It conducts several research programs and offers the opportunity to participate in debates, meetings and periodical conferences.
Citizens for Global Solutions
Grassroots membership organization that inspires America to engage the world. It campaigns for promoting the International Criminal Court and reforming the United Nations and it encourages the United States to adopt a multilateral foreign policy that emphasizes cooperation with international institutions.
The Global Governance Project
Research program on international institutions, political processes, organizations and other actors that influence the emerging system of global environmental governance.
International Constitutional Law
Complete copies and links to the countries' Constitution, along with related background, history and events.
International Court of Justice
General information, basic documents and list of cases brought before the Court since 1946.
International Human Rights Network
Irish non-governmental organization supporting others in applying Human Rights Based Approaches in their work.
Law and Development
Introduction to how law can support economic development, from graduates of the School of Oriental and African Studies of the University of London.
World Trade Institute
Center of advanced studies and a forum for interdisciplinary research and teaching in international trade law and economics.
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