The Advantages And Disadvantages Of The Public International Law?

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International laws are, by definition “A body of rules established by custom or treaty and recognized by nations as binding in their relations with one another” ( International law is a very significant topic because it affects everyone globally. In this research report, I would like to explore the advantages and disadvantages of international laws and consider if they should be enforced in all countries. The modern system we use today was developed in the 17th century in Europe and is still used worldwide (Stratton, 2009). After the Second World War, international unity became very popular (Neff). On the 24th of October 1945, the United Nations officially came into existence. On that day, representatives of 50 countries met in San Francisco at a United Nations Conference on International Organization to draw up and sign the United Nations Charter (UN, History of the United Nations). The United Nations Charter is a document that states what the United Nations is. In Chapter 1, “PURPOSES AND PRINCIPLES Article 1” one of the points states that a purpose of the UN is to keep international unity and to remove anything that threatens peace (Nations, 1945). Even though at first international laws may seem to only include human rights, they are much more complex and they affect us in many different ways. There are two main types of international laws: Public International Law and Private International Law. Public International Law includes laws that

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