1 The proliferation of treaties, international organizations, and (quasi)-judicial bodies in the last few decades has ignited an interest in the phenomenon of fragmentation of international law (Fragmentation of International Law) and in addressing any potential pitfalls. In this context, the International Law Commission (ILC) established a Study Group to examine the topic of fragmentation or as it was renamed, diversification of international law (ILC, Report on Fragmentation of International Law (2006) para 426). In the report, finalized by its Chairman Martti...
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