About non state actors in international law the role and position of non state actors in international law is the subject of a long standing and intensive scholarly debate this book explores the participation of this new category of actors in an international legal system that has historically been dominated by states. International relations can be likened to a series of actions that promote interactions between states actors are entities that participate in or promote international relations the two types of actors involved in international relations include state and non state actors state actors represent a government while non state actors do not. 1 non state actors in the sense of this study are organisations which are independent from the state and have not been established by intergovernmental agreements 2 with an overview on literature for an international law perspective g dahm r wolfrum. Contemporary armed conflicts are characterised by an increase of violence against civilians and a lack of compliance with international humanitarian law ihl by both states and armed non state welcome on board improving respect for international humanitarian law through the engagement of armed non state actors springerlink. Traditionally international law dealt only with the relations between states and states were the only creators and subjects of the law today that has changed with new actors joining states as both creators and subjects
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