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Duncan B Hollis
|Awards:||Winner of American Society of International Law Certificate of Merit 2013.|
|Contents:||Introduction; PART I. FOUNDATIONAL ISSUES; 1. Defining Treaties; 2. Alternatives to Treaty-Making: MOUs as Political Commitments; 3. Who Can Make Treaties? International Organizations; 4. Who Can Make Treaties? The European Union; 5. Who Can Make Treaties? Other Subjects of International Law; 6. NGOs in International Treaty-Making; PART II: TREATY FORMATION; 7. Making the Treaty; 8. Treaty Signature; 9. Provisional Application of Treaties; 10. Managing the Process of Treaty Formation-Depositaries and Registration; 11. Treaty Reservations; PART III: TREATY APPLICATION; 12. The Territorial Application of Treaties; 13. Third Party Rights and Obligations in Treaties; 14. Treaty Amendments; 15. Domestic Application of Treaties; 16. State Succession in Respect of Treaties; 17. Treaty Bodies and Regimes; 18. Treaty Conflicts and Normative Fragmentation; PART IV: TREATY INTERPRETATION; 19. The Vienna Convention Rules on Treaty Interpretation; 20. Specialized Rules of Treaty Interpretation: International Organizations; 21. Specialized Rules of Treaty Interpretation: Human Rights; PART V: AVOIDING OR EXITING TREATY COMMITMENTS; 22. The Validity and Invalidity of Treaties; 23. Reacting against Treaty Breaches; 24. Exceptional Circumstances and Treaty Commitments; 25. Terminating Treaties; PART VI: TREATY CLAUSES AND INSTRUMENTS; Initial Decisions on Treaty-Making; Conditions on Joining a Treaty; Constituting the Treaty and its Dissemination; Applying the Treaty; Amendments; The End of Treaty Relations|
|Responsibility:||edited by Duncan B. Hollis.|
The Oxford Guide to Treaties is an impressive work. It will beyond doubt constitute an essential point of reference for scholars, practitioners and students seeking expert guidance on issues relating