Broader Approaches to Court Generated State Practice Could State Practice Ever Not Play a Role in the Formation of Custom? The Ghosting of Tacit Agreements in International Law Markus P Beham The two ‘kick-off’ texts accompanying Karl Zemanek’s Round Table at the Section of International Law and International Relations of the University of Vienna in May 2016 and published in this anniversary volume of the Austrian Review whirl up more than one bagful of doctrinal dust. Within the constraints of the present agora, one particular issue stands out to the present author: The terminological – and conceptual – conundrum in the relationship between ‘subsequent agreements and subsequent practice’ and customary international law. In particular, it will be argued that a strictly analytical, positivist approach to both treaties and custom as distinct sour- ces of international law may provide a solution by replacing the notion of amendment or modiﬁ cation through customary international law with the idea of subsequent tacit agreements (not excluding, however, the possibility of parallel formation of custom). Conclusion 7 of the Draft Conclusions on subsequent agreements and subsequent practice in relation to the interpretation of treaties by the International Law Commission (ILC) differentiates between ‘application’, ‘interpretation’,
Austrian Review of International and European Law Online – Brill
Published: May 7, 2018
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