1 A wide range of meanings has been attributed to the term ‘international legislation’ in the literature, although the vast majority of commentators would exclude customary international law from this realm. In the introduction to his collection of treaty texts (Treaties), entitled ‘International Legislation’, MO Hudson provided a broad definition, which encompassed ‘both the process and the product of the conscious effort to make additions to, or changes in, the law of nations’ (at xiii). In keeping with the idea of deliberate development of international law,...
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