International law is a legal system formally distinct from the legal systems of states. From the perspective of any national legal system, the relationship between that system and international law is a matter of national law. From the perspective of international law, a state must comply with its international legal obligations1, and it may not rely on the insufficiency of its national law as justification for its failure to do so
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