Q: i have an academic question about intl law and treaties which might not have a certain answer:

As we know intl law and treaties have been created so as to regulate relation between intl community members(countries and intl organization) ,through which they would be able to achieve golas that have been conceived in different treaties and documents such as Un charter , environmental agreements and...)

but there is an another opinion particularly in developing countries law schools which claims despite of main function , purpose of these treaties , they've been created in order to cover developed countries demands by which they impose their desires upon developing countries. As an example paris treaty on climate change : primarily it aims to ban/limit using fossil fuels lead to emitting green house gases and using new techenelogy , renewable energies which are not harmful to planes. but on the other hand it causes developing countries to become more dependant to these countries and in long term weaken their domestic industry and economy .

thanks for expressing your answer .

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