By Rashmi Raman
The International Law Commission (ILC) was set up under the UN Charter as a reflection of a long-standing historical commitment, dating back to international peace conferences in the late 19th century, towards creating an independent body of the most highly qualified experts, drawn from around the world, who would be tasked with the ‘progressive development of international law and its codification’.
In realising this mandate over the decades, it has produced some of the most seminal texts that have . . .
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