عنوان مقاله [English]
Nowadays, international public and private law have become so close and the broad boundaries between these two study fields have been diluted. This approach leads toward a new creation of a legal system called ‘interdisciplinary studies’.
In this legal system, the conflict of law rules are not only implied and evolved in domestic arena but the governments also decided to expand its territory to international sphere.
The approval of The Hague convention with regards to divergent international private law as well as other similar conventions at EU level and American countries are evident of such great importance.
With regards to these conventions, beside private sectors, governmental entities are also considered as new stakeholders in this matter, in terms of its application.
By utilizing “diplomatic support” enhanced by the governments, they have also entered into modifying and implementing the terms of the conventions and relevant rules.
This is main reason, in some cases, international court of justices has also stepped in.
In a brief nutshell, in this article, it is aimed to initially examine the relationship between international public and private laws and furthermore to evaluate to what extent, the international court of justice has been able to perform its vital role and meet the needs in connection with these two legal study area.