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International law's strength and reach have grown significantly over the last half-century. Once the province primarily of diplomatic and trade treaties, international law now reaches not just interactions between states but states' behavior within their own borders as well. In the early years of the twenty-first century, more than 100,000 international treaties cover topics ranging from taxation to trade to torture-and just about everything in between.
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