I know that for any two sets $A,B$, it holds that $A\subseteq B$ iff every element of $A$ is in $B$, intuitively. I also know that it is reflexive, antisymmetric and transitive.
But, is it technically a poset? In the wiki page of a poset says that the subset relation is defined on the power set of a set, but for that we need some universe set $U$, and then define the subset relation. But clearly, subset relation is defined for all sets, which is a proper class, not a set, and because there is no set of all sets, we cannot define a universe set, so I feel this definition is ill-formed.
So, what is the correct way of defining a subset "relation", If not a poset on the class of sets?