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Fragmentation of international law: difficulties arising from the diversification and expansion of international law

The Commission, at its fifty-fourth session (2002), decided to include the topic "Risks ensuing from fragmentation of international law" in its programme of work; it established a Study Group and subsequently decided to change the title of the topic to "The fragmentation of international law: difficulties arising from the diversification and expansion of international law". The Commission also agreed on a number of recommendations, including recommendations on five studies to be undertaken,965 commencing with a study by the Chairperson of the Study Group on the question of "The function and scope of the lex specialis rule and the question of 'self-contained regimes'".

Related Subject(s): International Law and Justice
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