IntlLaw TeatiesCustoms

IntlLaw TeatiesCustoms - Discussion: Cultural and Political...

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Unformatted text preview: Discussion: Cultural and Political Rights Economic, Social and Cultural Rights 3 rd generation : Group Rights MNCs are their own entity Which nations that really believe in the rule of law will surrender its sovereignty this is what the US feels about signing onto treaties 1969, effective 1980 Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties limited reservations allowed because the more countries you get to sign on the treaty the better 30 days nations have t observe their obligations treaty like a contract Language of the treaty becomes very important Treaties are not binding on nations that have not signed or joined with the exception of the UN Charter Its about stability review previous slide Perception is soooo important in intl relations Reciprocity sooo important Ex// we care about POWs because what if we are on the other side There are other functions of the UN Forum Validity of Treaty or Agreement You can challenge a treaty based on five grounds 1. non compliance with municipal law requirement...
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