Handbook on good treaty practice /
This Handbook aims to provide practical guidance on good treaty practice. It presents a range of examples from the practice of several States and international organisations and explains the actions that need to be taken to create a new treaty, bring it into force, operate it, amend it and wind it u...
Cambridge University Press,
Table of Contents:
- Introduction to good treaty practice
- Organising treaty work in governments and international organisations
- Treaties and other kinds of international instruments
- Managing and using treaty collections
- Making a new treaty (negotiation, drafting, production)
- Preparing to become party to a treaty
- Becoming party to a treaty - consent to be bound and entry into force
- Continuing engagement with the treaty throughout its life
- Ending treaty relations
- Future of treaty practice.