International Agreements Between Nonstate Actors as A Source of International Law

  • Melissa Loja
  • American Society of International Law Proceedings 
    Vol 112, 151–55

  • 2019

International issues that are resolved traditionally through agreements between states are managed currently through agreements between government agencies and corporate entities. Government agencies and corporate entities are nonstate actors that have no formal capacity to engage in international lawmaking. Are their international agreements a source of international law?

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