Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in the Context of Indonesian International Treaty
Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) is one form of international instrument made by the subjects of international law. In the practice of the states, there are times when the MoU is not legally binding, but other state practices emphasize the principle that any international treaty made by states has binding power to them. This article uses normative legal research, especially research on legal principles. The practice of Indonesia regarding the MoU differs from that in other countries, especially common law countries. Where in the context of Indonesian international treaty, the MoU has a binding power as to which other international agreements are followed by Indonesia.
Keywords: MoU, international agreement, Indonesia
Topic: International Law