States being the classical subjects of International Law have begun to limit and regulate their activities in the territories of other States, as well as their own sovereignty, by achieving international instruments that contain privileges and immunities. This situation has also been translated to other international subjects due to their relevant presence nowadays, such as international organizations, military and technical missions, non governmental organizations (NGO) and cooperation agencies. Further more, the almost inexistent presence of Colombia (in diplomacy, international cooperation and international politics), as well as its apathy for International Law scenarios has caused all sorts of legal vacuums and interpretations that are not adjusted to the present international reality, regarding the point of view of International Law as well as international relations.
- International relations,
- international law,
- international affairs,
- public affairs,
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