Treaties, Conflict Clauses
- Sovereignty — Customary international law — BITs (Bilateral Investment Treaties) — Treaties, effect for third states — Treaties, reservations and declarations — Object & purpose (treaty interpretation and) — Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties
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1 Conflict clauses, also known as savings clauses or compatibility clauses, are included in the texts of international treaties to regulate the relationship between the international agreement employing the clause and other treaties in order to resolve or prevent conflicts between provisions stemming from different legal instruments. The International Law Commission (ILC) defined a conflict clause in an international treaty as:a clause intended to regulate the relation between the provisions of the treaty and those of another treaty or of any other treaty relating...