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Edited By: James Crawford, Alain Pellet, Simon Olleson, Kate Parlett

From: The Law of International Responsibility

Edited By: James Crawford, Alain Pellet, Simon Olleson, Kate Parlett

From: Oxford Public International Law (http://opil.ouplaw.com). (c) Oxford University Press, 2021. All Rights Reserved. Subscriber: null; date: 22 January 2021

    1. PART I  INTRODUCTION—RESPONSIBILITY AND INTERNATIONAL LAW

      1. The Definition of Responsibility in International Law 3

        alain pellet

      2. The System of International Responsibility 17

        james crawford

      3. Primary and Secondary Rules 27

        eric david

    2. PART II  INTERNATIONAL RESPONSIBILITY—DEVELOPMENT AND RELATION WITH OTHER LAWS

      1. Section 1  Development of the Law of International Responsibility

        1. Responsibility for Internationally Wrongful Acts

        2. The Codification Process

        3. Liability in the Absence of an Internationally Wrongful Act

      2. Section 2  Responsibility and the Legal System

        1. Responsibility and the International Legal System

        2. Responsibility and Municipal Law

    3. PART III  THE SOURCES OF INTERNATIONAL RESPONSIBILITY

      1. 16  Overview of Part One of the Articles on State Responsibility 187

        gilbert guillaume

        1. Section 1  The Notion of an Internationally Wrongful Act

        2. Section 2  Responsibility in the Absence of an Internationally Wrongful Act

    4. PART IV  THE CONTENT OF INTERNATIONAL RESPONSIBILITY

      1. 37  Overview of Part Two of the Articles on State Responsibility 537

        rosalyn higgins

        1. (p. xiii) Section 1  The General Regime of Responsibility for Internationally Wrongful Acts

        2. Section 2  Consequences of Grave Breaches of Obligations Owed to the International Community as a Whole

        3. Section 3  Specific Regimes of Responsibility

        4. Section 4  Regimes of Responsibility in the Absence of an Internationally Wrongful Act

    5. PART V  THE IMPLEMENTATION OF INTERNATIONAL RESPONSIBILITY

      1. 61  Overview of Part Three of the Articles on State Responsibility 931

        james crawford

        1. Section 1  The Injured Party

        2. (p. xvi) Section 2  Modalities for the Implementation of International Responsibility

        3. Section 3  Countermeasures

    1. Appendices: The ILC Texts

      1. Appendix 1  Draft articles on State Responsibility provisionally adopted by the International Law Commission on first reading (1996) 1217

      2. Appendix 2  Articles on Responsibility of States for Internationally Wrongful Acts (2001) 1229

      3. Appendix 3  Articles on Diplomatic Protection (2006) 1237

      4. Appendix 4  Articles on Responsibility of International Organizations adopted by the International Law Commission on first reading (2009) 1241

    2. Index 1253