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The law that is applied to the states and, increasingly, to the entities other than states such as international organizations, international legal persons and in some cases, the ordinary individuals since they can well be affected by the decisions and actions of the subjects proper of the international law. There is an ongoing suspicion and cynicism regarding the efficiency and effectiveness of international law, whether it is strong enough to be applied to powerful nations and whether it is able to prevent smaller and less wealthy countries from being breached against, which, of course is a quite rightful argument. However, it must be kept in mind that thanks to international law, we are living in a world with relatively less brutality and disorder, which would otherwise turn into a Hollywood-style bloodbath.

There are many documents and textbooks that try to deal with international law, but the best book ever written on the question is the one by Ademola Abass, which I'm reading currently. It not only explains the core concepts and subjects but also exemplifies every subject with the relevant court decision. One of the greatest difficulties to write an international law book is the fact that, unlike the domestic law provisions, international law texts and materials are scattered all over the world and many different court cases, which makes it harder to collect them and present in an orderly manner. Abass manages to overcome this difficulty unbelievably perfectly, and provides us with an international law book, complete in every way, and impossible to produce once again.
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