The interpretation of treaties is a topic that has already attracted extensive and meticulous attention from legal scholars.2 However, in such a broad subject, like a wide oil landscape, some details appear sharp in the foreground, while others are more vaguely sketched and call for fresh comment. The title of this article focuses attention on one such detail: the role of subsequent agreements and practice in treaty interpretation; but before turning to this topic, a few words must be dedicated to better delineating the frame of the whole picture. The scope and...
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