jus gentium

Definition of "jus gentium"
  1. The set of commonly accepted legal principles that guide interactions among nations
How to use "jus gentium" in a sentence
  1. In international disputes, the jus gentium often forms the basis of arbitration.
  2. The principle of jus gentium was cited in the treaty to ensure fair relations.
  3. Countries must abide by jus gentium to maintain smooth international relations.

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