The Greater Complexity of International Law with the Intensification of Relations Among States and International Organizations

  • Marcelo Dias Varella
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Abstract

Issues previously unregulated or regulated only by domestic law are now governed by international law: by regional systems of integration, by international organizations, or by the application of law outside its intended jurisdiction. Additionally, the current international legal scenario sees greater importance placed on “international” or “foreign” aspects of topics that were until recently considered only “domestic.”

Keywords

Europe Turkey Pyramid Fishing Arena 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Marcelo Dias Varella
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  1. 1.University Center of BrasiliaBrasilia, DFBrazil

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