DEFINITION
Public International Law

"Public international law": The system of law regulating the interrelationship of sovereign states and their rights and duties with regard to one another. In addition, certain international organisations, companies and sometimes individuals (e. g. in the sphere of human rights) may have rights or duties under international law.
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