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

The legal status of the Holy See, the ecclesiastical jurisdiction of the Catholic Church in Rome, both in state practice and according to the writing of modern legal scholars, is that of a full subject of public international law, with rights and duties analogous to those of states.

- Legal status of the Holy See
The Hittite version of the Treaty of Kadesh, among the earliest extant examples of an international agreement.

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