According to this school of thought International law is not a law in true sense. They give following arguments in support of their view:
- There is no superior political authority
- There is no legislature to enact the rules as in municipal law, iii. There is no judicial machinery to interpret the laws, iv. There is no executive authority to enforce international law v. International law is frequently violated by states.
So, on the basis of the above arguments this school of thought has contended that international law is not a law in its true sense