The “Changed Circumstances” Clause after the United Nations Conference on the Law of Treaties (1968-69)

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Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law, ISSN: 0046-578X, Vol: 4, Issue: 1, Page: 93

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Koeck, Heribert F
Treaties; Rebus sic stantibus; International Law Commission; ILC; Draft Articles on the Law of Treaties; Committee of the Whole; Changed Circumstances clause of the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties; Roman law; Thomas Aquinas; Positivist school of law; Grotius; Good faith; Bavarian Landrecht of 1756; Prussian Allgemeines Landrecht of 1793; Austrian Allgemeines Bürgerliches Gesetzbuch of 1811; rebus sic stantibus; Saxonian Civil Code of 1865; German Bürgerliches Gesetzbuch of 1900; Schneider; Reut-Nicolussi; Annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina by Austria-Hungary in 1908; Austria’s Concordate with the Holy See in 1870; Sino-Belgian Treaty of 1865; Denunciation of the Anglo-Egyptian Treaty in 1951; United States-Brazil trade agreement; United States-France reciprocal commercial agreement of 1898; French war debts; International Load Line Convention of 1930; Protocol of London of May 8 1852; Belgrade Conference of 1948; Danube Convention of 1921; Pontus Case; Peace Treaty of Paris 1856; London Conference of 1871; Mr. Engel; Mr. Mindschedler; Mr. Kovalev; Mr. Phan Van Thinh; Mr. Stuyt; Mr. Jacovides; Mr. Alvarez Tabio; Mr. Avakov; Mr. Tabibi; Mr. Al-Rawi; Free Zones case; Sir Humphrey Waldock; Mr. Osiecki; Mr. Carmona; Mr. Alcivar-Castillo; pacta sunt servanda rule; United Nations Charter; Mr. Outrata; Factory at Charzow Case; Sir Francis Vallat; NATO; Comparative and Foreign Law; European Law; International Law; Jurisprudence; Legislation; Transnational Law
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By Heribert F. Koeck, Published on 06/08/16