The Pros And Cons Of International Law

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In a complete impartiality of rights and founded on their free consent, states in an agreement process of their will, form juridical procedures by accords or by custom that lead to the international law creation. The creation of the juridical regulation becomes compulsory for all the states. The violation of an international obligation causes international response of the States. In this framework, a State which commits unlawful acts of international perception and whose liability has been proven under the rules of international law may be subject to sanctions. Sanctions can be defined as measures imposed by states or organs representing the international community in response to the perceived unlawful or unacceptable conduct by other states …show more content…
The international law is a coordination law and not a subordination one, and states are equal from the juridical point of view so that they have to ascertain the illegality and apply penalties. According to Trocan, the international law allows the use of force in order to exert the individual or collective self-defence right against an armed attack according the stipulations of art. 51 of the Charter it remains undisputed that sanctions receive legal recognition as specific countermeasures to violations of international law and that, in the event of such a violation, contractual obligations to the "law-breaking" state which otherwise apply are …show more content…
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