The Impact of the International Law Commission's Articles on Responsibilities of States for Internationally Wrongful Acts
The aim of this study is to provide a comprehensive overview of instances of express reliance on the Articles in international and arbitral practice, as well as by domestic courts, since the adoption of the Articles by the International Law Commission in the autumn of 2001. Further, in addition to cataloguing instances of express reliance on the Articles, the study also extracts and discusses the most important pronouncements of international courts and tribunals in relation to the topic of State responsibility made without reference to the Articles.
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