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CH 8 notes on International Law in a Global Economy

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Introduction International law formed through customs how people treat each other through the centuries International Law Sources of International Law Customs treated and international agreements bilateral agreements- multilateral agreements- Sources of International Law International Organizations Adopt resolutions, declarations Sources of International Law International Organizations (cont.) Bilateral and Multilateral Organizations NGO's and Governmental Entities Examples: Red Cross and United Nations US belongs to more than 100 bilateral and multilateral organizations at least 20 of these types of organizations are through UN Common Law and Civil Law Systems Islamic Legal Systems: sharia legal code is based on religious principles that govern a Muslim's way of life govern everything from contracts to dress codes International Principles and Doctrines Principle of Comity
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