How Does International Law and National Law Differ?

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The difference between international law and national law is that international law is a common law imposed in different states or countries. On the other hand, national law is the law imposed in a single state or country which may or may not differ from among them. The purpose of international law is so that states and countries will have peaceful relations while national law is made for peace of the state or country.
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