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Introduction to Public International Law
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Introduction to Public International Law

Nitin Gaurav Srivastava is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Nitin Gaurav Srivastava
NLUite, Lawyer, Blogger, Director, Freelance Writer, Editor, Content Creator, Educator.

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Tania Alam
a year ago
I'm really sorry the inconvenience. I'll try to take more clear pictures. However, this is a GATE question and you can search up for the question to refer to the diagram.
hlo sir I am in class 11 and I want to crack CLAT exam. how I start my preparation for ClAT. I am very confused what should I first do for my preparation. I am not taking any coaching . I hope you will advice me as soon as possible .
Best way to start is to start looking at all the past year papers. Get hang on questions that are asked while updating urself with mainstream newspaper for current affairs and English comprehension. Try to solve as many MCQs as possible from traditional Books like Universal or Lexis Nexis for Start. Keep following online content. Most things you will find in my initial courses regarding Law and other educators regarding remaining sections. Plenty content is available online. Start exploring.
Shreya Bansal
9 months ago
okk sir
Shreya Bansal
9 months ago
thanks for helping
zabbardast lecture delivered by You Sir..... Great Job
Would it be helpful in CLAT LLM???
can you suggest a book for law UGC net 2019?
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thank u thank u thank u sir....app nahi jante apne humari kitni help ki....apke legal theory ke notes bhi bhut helpful the
Feels great to see that you found it helpful. All the best.
  1. International Law (Overview)


  2. About Me Nitin Gaurav Srivastava Graduated from National Law University, Jodhpur Batch of 2015 Follow: unacademy.com/user/nitin gaurav Rate, Review and Share


  3. INTERNATIONAL


  4. Public International Law Nature of International law and its relationship with Municipal law . Sources of International Law e Recognition of States and Government . United Nations Settlement of International Disputes . Human Rights


  5. Definition . The term International law' or 'Law of Nations' has been used in contradistinction to the 'National Law' or 'Municipal Law' which means the law of country. International Law is generally, above and outside, the national laws of the various States and to some extent operates on the territories of all the States. . There's no single universally accepted definition of international law, though some good attempts have been made in that direction. Eminent British Jurists, Jeremy Bentham in 1780, used the words International law' for the first time.


  6. Development of International Law . International law is a dynamic law. It has been changing since its inception. Today the scope of International law has extended from the preservation of peace to regulate the various activities of international life, like space expeditions, ocean floor explorations protection of human rights and global environment, management of international financial system, etc . The term new international law' indicates the norms and values that have been evolved since the Second World War. The traditional, juridical and individualistic character of international law (i.e law governing the relations of sovereign States with each other) is being replaced by the law of social interdependence ( i.e interdependence of the nations or international community. The shift has been "from the more or less formal regulation of diplomatic relations between States to an international law of welfare" (Friedmann).


  7. . Factors which contributed largely to the development of international law further are: . 1) International organizations- subject of international law . 2) Individuals - subject of international law . 3) Codification of International Law . 4) Multilateral Treaties


  8. Oppenheim's Definition of International Law COMING UP