Although countries like Israel, Greece, Sweden and China are unicameral, most international locations are bicameral, that means they have two individually appointed legislative homes. Some international locations permit their highest judicial authority to overrule legislation they decide to be unconstitutional. For example, in Brown v. Board of Education, the United States Supreme Court nullified many state statutes that had established racially segregated colleges, discovering such statutes to be incompatible with the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution. Mass anarchist communities, starting from Syria to the United States, exist and vary from hundreds to tens of millions.
- Public international law issues relationships between sovereign nations.
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