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A Glasgow Handbook on the Law of Treaties

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Since 1946, States have registered well over 50,000 treaties with the United Nations. Treaties today make up the core of international law in its infinite variety – from the well-meaning (human rights, global warming) to the technical (boundary delimitation, customs valuation) to the controversial (Guantanamo Bay, TTIP). As treaties form the core of international law,… Continue reading