In this course, the author touches on what we expect a law of treaties to be and to do and on whether those principles and rules we have achieve these aims. He argues that it was not until the creation of the International Law Commission in the early years of the United Nations that a more consciously systematic attempt was made to look at the subject of treaties in the round, o…
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Franklin Berman, Sir,
“Why do we Need a Law of Treaties ? Inaugural Lecture (Volume 385)”, in:
Collected Courses of the Hague Academy of International Law.
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