Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties

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The Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties is a contract of treaties and international law. It also defines means of expression consent to be bound by a treaty including ratification. It was signed in the 1960s. It codified earlier customs that were there. 105 states signed the convention.

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  • Damrosch, Henkin, et al., International Law, West Group 2001.