A critical appraisal of the doctrine of obligation in international law

Abstract


Law Egbomuche-Okeke

In terms of politics, obligations are requirements which must be fulfilled and these are generally in the form of legal obligations, which incur a penalty for lack of fulfillment, although certain people are obliged to carry out certain actions for other reasons which may be based on traditional or social idiosyncrasies. This paper is an attempt at xraying the major schools of thought as well as the basis of obligation in international law.

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