INTERNATIONAL CONTROLinternational control. Int’l law. The supervision over countries and their subdivisions for the purpose of ensuring the conformity of their conduct with international law.
¡°[S]upervision is exercised increasingly not only over the conduct of governmental and intergovernmental institutions, but also over the acts and omissions of individuals to establish their conformity with requirements of public international law. Yet even where supranational entities, notably the European Communities, exercise international control over the conduct of individuals and corporate bodies, generally the supervision is destined to verify or secure conformity of governmental measures with relevant rules of law.¡± Hugo J. Hahn, ¡°International Controls,¡± in 2 Encyclopedia of Public International Law 1079¨C80 (1995).
What is the preferred translation of the term INTERNATIONAL CONTROL by Chinese lawyers?