The existence of international law in inter-state conflict

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Fadli Andi Natsif


In conducting interactions or relations between countries does not cover the likelihood of conflict between them. International law, as one of the legal instruments governing inter-country relations, expected to play a role in settling in the event of a conflict. Based on the method of normative studies by conducting a search technique of various literature or books, it can be concluded that international law as a legal system for which countries highly determine the enforcement of its validity. The International Court, as a judicial institution, only has jurisdiction if countries agree jointly to resolve conflicts suffered by these countries


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Natsif, F. (2019, December 31). The existence of international law in inter-state conflict. Indonesia Prime, 4(1), 18-23.


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