The Law of Treaties Beyond the Vienna Convention

Hardcover | March 5, 2011

EditorEnzo Cannizzaro

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This book offers a comprehensive analysis of the law of treaties as it emerges from the interplay between the 1969 Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties and customary international law. It revisits the basic concepts underlying the provisions of the Vienna Convention, so as to determine theactual state of the law and its foreseeable development. In doing so, it examines some of the most controversial aspects of the law of treaties. The book first explores the influence exerted by the Vienna Convention on pre-existing customary law. Certain rules of the Convention which, at the time of its adoption, appeared to fall within the realm of progressive development, can now be regarded as customary international rules. Conversely, anumber of provisions of the Convention, in particular those which have been the subject of subsequent codification work by the International Law Commission, have become obsolete. It then examines the impact exerted by the Vienna Convention on the development of other fields of international law,such as the law of international responsibility and the law of international organizations. The last section of the book is devoted to cross-cutting issues, with particular reference to the notion of jus cogens - a concept first used in the Vienna Convention in connection with the problem of thevalidity of treaties and which, afterwards, has acquired a legal significance going well beyond the Convention.Written by a team of renowned international lawyers, this book offers new insight into the basic concepts and methodology of the law of treaties and its problems.

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This book offers a comprehensive analysis of the law of treaties as it emerges from the interplay between the 1969 Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties and customary international law. It revisits the basic concepts underlying the provisions of the Vienna Convention, so as to determine theactual state of the law and its foreseeable...

Enzo Cannizzaro is Professor of International and European Union Law at the University of Roma "La Sapienza". He has also taught as a visiting professor at the Law School of the University of Michigan, in Ann Arbor, and at the University Pantheon Assas, Paris 2. He has researched and lectured in a number of prestigious international i...
Format:HardcoverDimensions:512 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.1 inPublished:March 5, 2011Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199588910

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Part I - Conclusion of Treaties1. Olivier Corten and Pierre Klein: Are Agreements between States and Non-State Entities Rooted in the International Legal Order?2. Paolo Palchetti: Article 18 of the 1969 Vienna Convention: A Vague and Ineffective Obligation or a Useful Means for Strengthening Legal Cooperation?3. Alain Pellet and Daniel Muller: Reservations to Treaties: An Objection to a Reservation is Definitely not an Acceptance4. Bruno Simma and Gleider I. Hernandez: Legal Consequences of an Impermissible Reservation to a Human Right Treaty: Where Do We Stand?5. Mahnoush H. Arsanjani and W. Michael Reisman: Provisional Application of Treaties in International Law: The Energy Charter Treaty AwardsPart II - Interpretation of Treaties6. Mark E. Villiger: The Rules on Interpretation - Misgivings, Misunderstandings, Miscarriage? The 'Crucible' Intended by the International Law Commission7. Pierre-Marie Dupuy: Evolutionary Interpretation of Treaties: Between Memory and Prophecy8. Georg Nolte: Subsequent Practice as a Means of Interpretation in the Jurisprudence of the WTO Appellate Body9. Luigi Sbolci: Supplementary Means of Interpretation10. Donald McRae: Treaty Interpretation by the WTO Appellate Body: The Conundrum of Article 17(6) of the WTO Antidumping AgreementPart III - Observance and Application of Treaties11. Benedetto Conforti: Consistency among Treaties Obligations12. Jan Klabbers: Beyond the Vienna Convention: Conflicting Treaty Provisions13. Christian Tomuschat: International Organizations as Third Parties under the Law of International Treaties14. Francesco Salerno: Treaties Establishing Objective Regimes15. Michael Wood: The Law of Treaties and the UN Security Council: Some Reflections16. Pieter Jan Kuijper: The European Courts and the Law of Treaties: The Continuing Story17. Fausto Pocar: 17. Some Remarks on the Continuity of Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law TreatiesPart IV - Invalidity and Termination of Treaties18. Joe Verhoeven: Invalidity of Treaties: Anything New in/under the Vienna Conventions?19. Serena Forlati: Coercion as a Ground Affecting the Validity of Peace Treaties20. Alessandra Gianelli: Absolute Invalidity of Treaties and Their Non-Recognition by Third States21. Marcelo G. Kohen: Desuetude and Obsolescence of Treaties22. Annalisa Ciampi: Invalidity and Termination of Treaties and Rules of ProcedurePart V - Jus Cogens Beyond the Vienna Convention23. Karl Zemanek: The Metamorphosis of the Jus Cogens: From an Institution of Treaty Law to the Bedrock of the International Order?24. Paolo Picone: The Distinction between Jus Cogens and Obligations Erga Omnes25. Enzo Cannizzaro: A Higher Law for Treaties?