Definition: [ˈpʌblɪk ˌɪntərˈnæʃnəl lɔː] is a complex set of legal sciences, which is an independent penal system regulated by international relations. In the narrow sense, it is an integral totality, including sovereign states, nations, and peoples fighting for their independence or other rights. The priority sources include treaties or transnational practices. Under auxiliary materials, the resolutions accepted by bodies of multinational organizations, arbitral awards, opinions of the most prominent attorneys usually refer to.
Public International Law In a Sentence:
Virtually all agreements between states are concluded on the basis of public international law.
Open aggression entails a violation of the fundamental principles of public international law.
Synonyms and related words: governmental law, social international law, public cross-border law