International Law differs from other areas of law in that it contains no defined area or governing body. Instead, it refers to several different types of laws, rules, and customs. These elements, in turn, affect the legal interactions among different nations, their governments, and the businesses and organizations within these nations.
- Explain why the United States does not recognize all of the efforts, tribunals, courts, and declarations of international law. Cite an example.
- Give your opinion: Do you trust that international law is impartial? Why or why not?