Customary international law refers to international obligations arising from established international practices, as opposed to obligations arising from formal written conventions and treaties. Customary international law results from a...
International Court of Justice
Jus cogens (from Latin: compelling law; from English: peremptory norm) refers to certain fundamental, overriding principles of international law.Overview
There is near-universal agreement for the existence of the category of jus...
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Oral argument: Oct. 10, 2007
Appealed from: Texas Court of Criminal Appeals (Nov. 15, 2006)SEPARATION OF POWERS, INTERNATIONAL LAW, FEDERALISM, VIENNA CONVENTION ON CONSULAR RELATIONS, INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE, AVENA