This comprehensive and annotated Analytical Guide to the Work of the International Law Commission, covers the period 1949-1997. It is organized by topics, subdivided into categories and stages of consideration within the Commission, thus allowing the reader to trace the development of each topic from inception to conclusion.
The topics include: sources of international law, subjects of international law, succession of states, state jurisdiction, law of international organizations, position of the individual in international law, international criminal law and the settlement of disputes.
The publication will serve as a tool for researchers and academics among others, in evaluating the Commission's contribution to the codification and progressive development of international law since its inception.
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