The Hittite version of the Treaty of Kadesh, among the earliest extant examples of an international agreement.
The Hittite version of the Treaty of Kadesh, among the earliest extant examples of an international agreement.

International law, also known as "law of nations", refers to the body of rules which regulate the conduct of sovereign states in their relations with one another.

- Sources of international law

Beginning with Vol. 52 (2009), the section 'German Practice' has appeared, providing reports on German state practice Sources of international law with relevance for the development of international law.

- German Yearbook of International Law
The Hittite version of the Treaty of Kadesh, among the earliest extant examples of an international agreement.

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