I am an attorney, so I am in the minority of people who actually know the nuances of international law. So I think I’m going to be a little off in the writing here. But I am going to throw out a few thoughts on theories of private international law.
The most obvious difference between private international law and international law is that the former is not a legal document but a collection of agreements or conventions, whereas international law is a legal document. International agreements are the rules that govern the international legal system, which is set up to govern agreements. But unlike other legal documents (which are written by lawyers), there are no judges and lawyers to interpret them.
This may be one reason why private international agreements are so hard to come by compared to international treaties. In one document, the United States and the United Kingdom might agree to trade a little bit a certain product, but the document states that it is illegal not to use the product. Yet this agreement is still considered legal by the rest of the world.
I think it’s a misunderstanding of private international law that people think that private international law is simply a matter of interpretation. There are actually three levels of understanding that occur within the private international law arena. In the first level, the parties to the agreement are assumed to have a level of agreement on what the agreement means. In the second level, there is agreement on specific issues that need to be addressed.
The second level of understanding, though, is really more of a conceptualization of the issue. We have to agree that two parties are not in an agreement to be in an agreement without having a common understanding of what that means. There is a third level of understanding that occurs in private international law where countries are concerned with the interpretation of private international law.
Basically, private international law is the body of law that is specific to a country, but that country’s government can and does use to interpret the private international law of other countries. This interpretation can be very tricky and is what is meant by the “third level of understanding.
The reason the third level of understanding is called “private international” is because each country has its own laws. The laws are set out in the Third Level of Understanding of International Law, which is the third level of understanding. And this third level applies to most countries in the world.
The third level of understanding is called private international because each country has its own laws. This third level applies to most countries in the world. However, there is a third way we can think about international law, which is called the public international law. Public international law is what countries like the US, the EU, and most other countries in the world use to interpret international law. But this rule applies to the general public, as well as to the states of that country.
In the public international law case, the general public is just one side. The other side is the state of the country. The public international law case is one that applies to the general public, but the state of the country and the individual states of that country are separate.
The state of the country is the government of that country. The government of a state is the government of that state. The state of a country is the government of that country. The general public is one side of the case, but the states of that country are distinct.