International law international organizations a major difference between 19th and 21st century international law is the prominent position now occupied by international organizations. International law international law and municipal law in principle international law operates only at the international level and not within domestic legal systems a perspective consistent with positivism which recognizes international law and municipal law as distinct and independent systems. Researching customary international law state practice and the pronouncements of states regarding international law by silke sahl silke sahl is the international comparative and foreign law librarian at the arthur w diamond law library at columbia university in new york city
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