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International Law - Topic 3

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International Law - Topic 3
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Foreign relations Law International relations Treaties International law Reservation Treaty Multilateral treaty Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties Ratification Treaties of the European Union Memorandum of understanding
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Foreign relations Law International relations Treaties International law Reservation Treaty Multilateral treaty Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties Ratification Treaties of the European Union Memorandum of understanding
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Deadline for completion of Quiz C is 11pm, Sunday 20 March 2016 Sub-Topic 3.1: Treaties and Vienna Convention • Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties 1969 (in force 27 Jan 1980) • To be governed by the Vienna Convention, a treaty must: a. Be between sovereign states b. Be in written form, and c. Post-date 27 Jan 1980 • A treaty can still be a treaty even if it does not meet one or more of the above criteria: Art 3 • However, to be a treaty there must be an intention to create relations binding in international law • Examples of irregular forms of legally binding agreement: 1. Oral agreement – agreement between Norway not ...
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