The International Law Commission 1949-1998: Volume One: The Treaties: Volume One: The Treaties Part…

Hardcover | March 1, 1999

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The International Law Commission is the UN body principally responsible for the codification and development of international law. It first met in 1949 and held its fiftieth session in 1998.

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The International Law Commission is the UN body principally responsible for the codification and development of international law. It first met in 1949 and held its fiftieth session in 1998.

Sir Arthur Watts read Law at Cambridge, then joined the Foreign Office (now the Foreign and Commonwealth Office) in 1956 as an assistant legal adviser. After a varied career with the FCO, he became Deputy Legal Adviser in 1982 and The Legal Adviser in 1987. He retired in 1991, and took up practice at the Bar. He has appeared in a nu...

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Format:HardcoverPublished:March 1, 1999Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:019829803X

ISBN - 13:9780198298038

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Introduction: The International Law Commission 1949-19981. The law of the Sea2. Statelessness3. Diplomatic Envoys4. Consuls5. Special Missions6. Internationally Protected Persons7. State Representatives to International Organizations

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`Sir Arthur Watts has done a commendable job in bringing together in one place important material put out by this important body ... those interested in the work of the ILC will find it a very useful source of reference indeed.'Commonwealth Lawyer, April 2001