International economic law has a transformational role in developing the economy, where the transformation leads to economic prosperity and growth, including changing several aspects of progression, especially social and political progress. One of the unknown aspects of development, specifically in developing societies, is the impact of international economic law on the political development of children's rights. Like other aspects of social law, children's rights have an economic-political aspect whose study needs comprehensive research. Implementing international economic law is linked with different aspects of domestic development, and the question is raised of what impact international economic law has on developing an area such as children's rights. On the other hand, can developments in international economic law in political development help strengthen children's rights? The article is written in a library research format and seeks to answer the question of the basis of the connection between international economic law and political development. In addition, how does the connection help to realize children's rights? On the one hand, international economic law strengthens political law and contributes to children's rights in both legal and social aspects, and on the other hand, strengthening the free market may pose a threat for implementing children's rights and its use; therefore, supervision of international economic law on the commitment of the benefiting states is one of the advantages of this type of economic system and a guarantee for the rights of the vulnerable groups of society, such as children.