Legal Consequences of Peremptory Norms in International Law

The book, authored by Daniel Costelloe and published by Cambridge University Press, explores peremptory norms' legal effects across general international law, including their effects for treaties, UN Security Council resolutions, certain unilateral acts on the part of states, state responsibility and the responsibility of international organizations, and state...

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