Fragmentation of International Law

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Fragmentation of International Law. Difficulties Arising from the Diversification and Expansion of International Law. Report from the Study Group of International Law Commission
Finalized by Martti Koskenniemi
Erik Castrén Institute of International Law and Human Rights
Erik Castrén Institute Research Reports 21
Helsinki 2007, iv + 306 pp.
This publication contains the final report of the International Law Commission's Study Group on Fragmentation. The report brilliantly organizes and synthesizes the various debates and discussions that have been going in regard to the observation, made by many, that international law is breaking up into several distinct regimes. While acknowledging that fragmentation is to some extent a matter of perspective, it does present some practical suggestions for mitigating some of the problems often associated with fragmentation.
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ISBN 978-952-10-2337-8
ISSN 1457-5965
Publisher Ius Gentium
Sarja Erik Castrén Institute Research Reports
Published (year) 2007
Cover Softcover
Type of Binding Softcover binding
Languages english
Disciplines Law
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