On the publication of its first edition, this textbook was welcomed as the definitive study of treaty law written from the viewpoint of an experienced practitioner. As with the first, this edition aims to provide the student and practitioner with a full understanding of the law and updates existing information and refines previous arguments. New to its scope of examination is the study of the use of memorandums of understanding (MOUs) in litigation, the treaty-making capacity of entities such as the Vatican, Taiwan and Palestine, and the effect of hostilities on treaties. Given their increasing importance, there is also a new chapter on international organisations, including an attempt to explain the sometimes baffling roles in treaty-making played by the European Community and European Union. Students and practitioners alike will find this an invaluable guide to this increasingly important subject.
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This new edition of a book first published in 2000 tells you all you could want to know about treaties. Written from the viewpoint of an experienced practitioner, this edition covers the drafting and negotiation processes, and procedures such as signature, ratification, reservations, entry into force, amendment and termination.About the Author:
Anthony Aust is a Visiting Professor at the London School of Economics and at University College London
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