Patrícia Galvão Teles


Member of the United Nations International Law Commission. Associate Professor at the Autonomous University of Lisbon. The views expressed are in a personal capacity. The author would like to acknowledge and thank the valuable research assistance of Rita Teixeira (PhD Researcher, Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies) and Jasmine Hentati (LL.M candidate, Geneva Academy of Humanitarian Law and Human Rights).

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The impact and influence of the Articles on State Responsibility on the work of the International Law Commission and beyond

The International Law Commission’s (ILC or Commission) decision, 20 years ago, to suggest the General Assembly (UNGA) to simply “take note” of the draft articles on State Responsibility, instead of recommending their adoption as a treaty or the convening of a diplomatic conference, inaugurated a debate about “codification light”, “the paradox between form and authority” or…

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