Until relatively recent times, there has been little discussion of the question whether the source of an obligation breached has bearing on the applicable regime of responsibility. For example, if the obligation breached derives from a bilateral or multilateral treaty, a rule of general international law, a general principle of international law, a general principle of law, or a unilateral act, does this difference in source somehow influence the regime of responsibility? Of course it is possible for special self-contained regimes of responsibility for particular...
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