1 Numerous international agreements oblige States to specify the concrete steps they take to ensure compliance with their obligations arising from these agreements. Such communications can take place directly between the State Parties, for example in the form of notifications. When they are not exchanged between States but addressed to a central international institution, usually periodically, and are discussed, summarized, or otherwise made the basis for further activity, this constitutes a reporting system. 2 Treaty regimes—in some cases secondary law of...
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