This Chapter examines the relationship between the United Nations Charter and the customary law regime of State responsibility as codified in the ILC’s Articles of 2001. It does not cover questions arising from the responsibility of international organizations in their own right as international legal persons, nor, or at least not directly, those related to the concurrent responsibility of any State for the conduct of an international organization. These issues are excluded from the scope of the Articles. The relationship between the Charter and the ILC Articles...
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