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100 1 Popa, Liliana E.,|eauthor.
245 10 Patterns of treaty interpretation as anti-fragmentation
tools :|ba comparative analysis with a special focus on
the ECtHR, WTO and ICJ /|cLiliana E. Popa.
264 1 Cham :|bSpringer,|c2017.
300 1 online resource.
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504 Includes bibliographical references and index.
520 This book investigates whether treaty interpretation at
the ECtHR and WTO, which are sometimes perceived as
promoting 'self-contained' regimes, could constitute a
means for unifying international law, or, conversely,
might exacerbate the fragmentation of international law.
In this regard, the practice of the ICJ on treaty
interpretation is used for comparison, since the ICJ has
made the greatest contribution to the development and
clarification of international law rules and principles.
Providing a critical analysis of cases at the ICJ, ECtHR
and WTO, both prior to and since the adoption of the 1969
Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties, the book reveals
how the ECtHR and WTO apply the general rules of treaty
interpretation in patterns which are similar to those used
by the ICJ to address difficulties in interpreting the
text of treaties. Viewed in the light of the ECtHR's and
WTO's interpretative practices, both the VCLT's general
rules of interpretation and the ICJ's interpretative
practice serve to counteract the fragmentation of
650 0 International law.
650 0 International courts.
655 4 Electronic books.
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