1 Foreign relations law is the law governing the foreign relations power of subjects of international law. It comprises those written or unwritten norms of the internal law of States and increasingly also international intergovernmental organizations which regulate these entities’ conduct of foreign relations, ie their relations with other subjects of international law (State; International Organizations or Institutions, General Aspects). At least the most fundamental of those norms are usually part of the national or organizational constitution, while the less...
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