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the international r between states and other institutional subjects of international law such as the united nations .although state is still the most important of subject of international law because of their fullest capacities,other institutional namely : vatician , ICRC ( international committee of the red cross ) , international organization e.g. the united nations and the African Union ,Individual,and the Multi National corporations also known as subjects of international law . state considered as the most important abd most powerful of the subjects of international law because they are capable of possessing and exercising right to make and duties under international law. As a subjects of international law, state has capacity to the fullest degree : the ability to make claims before international and national tribunals , to be subject to some or all of the obligations imposed by international law, to have power to conclude valid international agreements ( treaties ) , to enjoy some or all of the immunities from the jurisdiction of the nationals court of other states. According to article 1 of the Montevideo convention on rights and duties of states 1933 , the state as a person of international law should possess the following qualifications : ( a ) a permanent population ; ( b ) a defined territory ; ( c ) government ; and ( d) a capacity to enter intorelations with other states.