Significance of International Law in Fostering Stability in an Interconnected World

  • Arshin Khan and Simran Vudathu
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  • Arshin Khan

    Student at Amity University, Mumbai, India

  • Simran Vudathu

    Student at Amity University, Mumbai, India

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International Law defines the legal responsibilities of States in their conduct with each other, and their treatment of individuals within State boundaries. International law is extremely vast and enshrined in conventions, treaties, and standards. In an increasingly interconnected world, the significance of international laws governing various domains cannot be overstated. This comprehensive study is divided into two overarching topics, the first section delves into the complexities of international trade law, a crucial facet of international relations that governs economic interactions between states. Rooted in principles like the favored nation, national treatment, and non-discrimination. International trade law relies on institutions like the World Trade Organization for the administration of rules and agreements. This segment underscores the significance of international law in fostering a stable and predictable system that responds adeptly to the dynamic needs and challenges of our interconnected world. The second section navigates the ever-evolving tapestry of international human rights law. This segment accentuates its growing prominence by providing a comprehensive framework for safeguarding basic rights and freedoms. Encompassing vital principles such as the right to life, freedom of expression, and equality before the law. International human rights laws find enforcement through various mechanisms, including treaty bodies, special rapporteurs, and international courts and tribunals. The objective of the study is to highlight that international law is essential for ensuring a stable and predictable system of rules that can respond to the changing needs and challenges of an interconnected world. This paper seeks to underscore the indispensable role of international law in bridging the gap between state conduct and individual rights and explores the evolution, significance, challenges, and prospects of these legal frameworks, emphasizing the need for international cooperation and coordination to address contemporary issues.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 7, Issue 1, Page 1907 - 1919


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