AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW
Global law, also known as universal morals, public international law, and national law, is a set of regulations, standards, and guiding ideals that are often considered to be restrictive toward other nations. It offers out regularizing guidelines and a typical theoretical framework for nations in a wide range of contexts, including conflict, diplomacy, trade, and civil liberties. The goal of international law is to promote stable, dependable, and coordinated international interactions. Global custom, also known as general state practice, settlements, and general standards of law as regarded by the majority of the public, all serve as the foundation for international law. International courtesy, the norms and practices adopted by governments to sustain good ties and mutual respect, can also be seen as a reflection of global law. Examples include displaying respect for a foreign vessel's flag or upholding an unfamiliar legal ruling.