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UN Sec.Gen releases “binding ruling” (20-22)



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UN Sec.Gen releases “binding ruling” (20-22) – but really negotiated compromise?

  • Development of int’l law

    1. France should be able to ride all over little, powerless NZ. But int’l norms strong enough to pressure them to some sort of compromise.

    2. Provided framework

    3. Vindicated some norms

    4. Provided process for some sort of reconciliation

  • Session Three – Treaties

    1. TYPES

      1. Treaties

      2. Customary Law

      3. Soft Law

      4. General Principles

      5. Judicial Decisions

      6. Scholarship

      7. International Pressure

        1. Some argue that international law creates norm that once there is a “credible allegation” – that gov’t has to investigate

        2. Others say – IL norms are meaningless unless PUBLIC OPINION is invoked such that other states place pressure on a state

          1. What kind of “law” is that?

    2. Treaties more specifically

        1. Title doesn’t matter. Apply Vienna Convention to see if it’s a treaty.

        2. WHY do states enter into treaties?

          1. Establish credibility/responsibility amongst each other

          2. Establish credibility on a world scene.

          3. Security in someone else's word.

          4. Reduction of transaction costs in future interactions

          5. Crystallize custom – two types of treaties

            1. Law-making treaties. Agree to some broader norms re: trade and commerce of neighboring states

            2. Contract treaties. US lets Canadian trucks through.

          6. Domestic uses

            1. Screw/assuage political opponents.

            2. Bind future leaders.


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