Public international law governs the relations between nations, between intergovernmental organizations, and between nations and intergovernmental organizations. According to Article 38 of the Statute of the International Court of Justice, the sources of pubic international law are:
Foreign law is the domestic or national law of a country other than the U.S. Foreign law deals with the constitutions, statutes, regulations and court decisions of a given country.
When a citation is not covered in Bluebook, look in the following citation guides, in this order:
International Citator and Research Guide: The Green Book
Guide to Foreign & International Legal Citations
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