International Law is based on a set of rules, customs and laws governing the relationships between nations. International Law is generally only applicable to states themselves and not their citizens. International Law is usually consent based and comes to fruition through treaties that delegate national jurisdiction to supranational tribunals, for instance in the case of the European Court of Human Rights or the International Criminal Court
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