Translation of international law in Spanish:

international law

derecho internacional, n.

noun

  • 1

    derecho internacional masculine
    • He was applying under our law and under international law to ask for his case to be heard.
    • This definition presupposes that all rules of international law are framed in terms of duties.
    • Instead, international relations would be regulated by a set of common rules of international law.
    • This law has a twofold relationship with the general body of public international law.
    • Under international law, the jurisdiction exercised by a state is primarily territorial.
    • Comparisons between international law and domestic criminal law do indeed appear stark.
    • It is not the body of rules of international law, so much as the process of international law, which is really at issue.
    • From the point of view of international law, it ordinarily does not matter.
    • The Tribunal took no view on the precautionary principle or approach in general international law.
    • It's hard on the need for universal human rights and the rule of international law.
    • The final two chapters consider Pinochet from the viewpoint of aspects of international law.
    • But it is important to recognise the nature of the rules of comity in public international law.
    • It has not yet been established by international law that the war is illegal.
    • Can you address the crimes of a people outside of international law through international law?
    • That Treaty was concluded when international law in this area was in its infancy.
    • These two men should feel hemmed in by the rules of international law.
    • The existence or not of a legal state of war is nowadays irrelevant for most purposes of international law.
    • This principle is part of the very alphabet of customary international law.
    • The body of law which deals with this issue is known as the conflict of laws or private international law.
    • The aim of the Commission is to uphold international law in relation to religious freedom.