International laws govern interactions and relationships between nations and their citizens. There are two areas of international law: public international law and private. The former are laws governing relationships & transactions between nations themselves. Private international law concerns individual citizens in claims against one another or against a foreign government.
Laws governing business transactions across borders
This area of law spans negotiation of cross-border agreements to resolution of international contract disputes... [more]
Humanitarian laws regarding the treatment of prisoners or prisoners of war
A body of laws addressing the legal rights and relationships of trade unions, employers and employees.
International Law Articles
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